Pipcorn has continued to see significant growth in recent years. While its popcorn remains the company’s claim to fame, Pipcorn has moved beyond its flagship product to include other snack items like cheese balls and rolls, each of which comes in a variety of flavors. You can find Pipcorn products online through its website and Amazon, as well as countless retailers, including Whole Foods, Target, Walmart, and Ralphs.

Barbara Corcoran remains a staunch supporter of Peppercorn. Besides advertising their products and bringing the team to the All-Star Entrepreneur Resort, Corcoran considers Pipcorn her favorite deal with Shark Tank. Shark revealed this in a 2014 interview with Business Insider, where she praised the skills of co-founders Jennifer and Jeff Martin, saying, “They’re great. They’re both great entrepreneurs in their own right. And they are together!” Do you know how exciting it is to get two for the price of one? Typically, you have a winning entrepreneur and a quant (someone who specializes in numbers)… and that’s a tough business. I had to do this. “When you have two strong entrepreneurs who both have talents that also complement each other, it’s the trifecta, three versus two.”

She’s not the only one who likes them. Pipcorn has gotten some big coverage over the years, including features in Forbes and Women’s Health, Inc. New York Post, Female Startup Club and many more. Currently, Pipcorn generates revenue of approximately $5 million annually and is valued at $10 million.

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