Long a fixture in supermarkets in South Korea, a machine that creates fresh snack cakes with an emphatic “pop!” is getting an American makeover. So far, U.S. retailers like the what they see — and hear. “Right now we have machines in A&P, ShopRite, Stew Leonard's and Fairway Market,” said Joseph Lee, assistant sales manager for Delice Global/Kim's Magic Pop, Moonachie, N.J., adding that the tabletop fixtures boomed out $1.5 million in sales at Stew Leonard's four stores last year. The ...

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