I like this popcorn. It is slightly sweet and really butterlicious. All pops are crunchy soft – no hard part like the one I usually bought from street vendors.
Any good tasting commercial product is doubtful.It might be filled with array of artificial flavors and preservatives. The taste should be secondary. We should know if it is made of something not good for our body. I inspected the label and found out it is composed only of four ingredients – imported corn, butter oil, refined sugar and iodized salt.The materials commonly used for making popcorn. No artificial flavors and preservatives.
Positive for using iodized salt and lesser ingredients but negative for using refined sugar. The looks of brown sugar might be inferior but it is superior in terms of health issues.
Here are other information about Kettle Korn:
A short Kettle Korn story. Kettle Korn uses only imported corn from the farm of Nebraska where it is grown to its fullest stage under the wide blue skies. From there, only one hybrid passed Kettle Korn’s standard for taste and texture. This hand picked corn definitely gives the butterlicious sensation.
Made fresh everyday. Kettle Korn keeps its promise and ensures that each and every Kettle Korn pops out into crisp, mouth watering popcorn
It should be stored in a dry cool place away from direct sunlight and high temperature. Should be consumed immediately after opening. Prolonged exposure to open air may affect crispiness.
Marvin is the lead chocolate maker of Ben and Lyn Chocolate Inc. Has strong background in food research and development. Occasionally conducts training and lectures. Lecturer of Cocoa Foundation of the Philippines. Do coaching and consultancy services on his free time.