About Me

Hi and thanks for visiting my website.  My name is Kathy Sing.  I live in Visalia, California; in between Fresno and Bakersfield.  I have been married for 28 years to my husband, Richie, and have two amazing boys — Kenny 25 and Kevin 21.

Kathy’s Kernels became a reality in the beginning of 2014 with the vision of my younger son, Kevin, and the business and design smarts of my oldest son, Kenny.  Without them, Kathy’s Kernels would never have come to fruition.  Thank you boys; I love you!

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New Toffee Variation Added


If you love toffee, almonds and white chocolate, this new toffee variation has your name written all over it!

Thank you as always for your business and sharing Kathy’s Kernels with others.

Hope you are enjoying your summer and hope you enjoy this new addition to Kathy’s Kernels.


Eggstra Fun & Cadbury Chocolate!

Hi everyone! Happy April!

I was recently in Hawaii for a week and had a great time. Now it’s time to start hopping around again in the kitchen preparing for Easter celebrations.

You will be able to find my Happy Easter variety with Easter M&Ms, drizzled with white chocolate. I have also just added a new Easter variety – Easter Eggstravaganza! This is Kathy’s Original with Cadbury Milk Chocolate Eggs drizzled with white chocolate. Oh my, it is sinful.

2oz snack sizes are $3.00
4oz bags $5.50
8oz bags $8.50
12oz bags $12.00

Orders need to be submitted by next Sunday. I will be out of town for a few days the week of Easter so want to be sure I have your orders.

Have a wonderful Easter with your families and thank you all for supporting my business.


Happy 3rd Anniversary!

Hard to believe, but Kathy’s Kernels turns 3 years in the making this month.

Thank you to everyone and all my retail stores who have been a part of keeping my kitchen popping — I appreciate you all!
I love what I do and I hope to continue making people happy.

Looking forward to another great year making caramel corn and now toffee too!


PS Just to be transparent, after two years of keeping my prices the same, I find that I need to raise my prices $0.25–$0.50 a bag due to cost of most everything going up. Hopefully this doesn’t affect our relationship (:

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