Boom Chicka Pop Lightly Sweet Popcorn
Taste test: This popcorn consisted of smallish kernels, and the kernels were not sticky, but there were some yellow sugary areas visible on most kernels.
The kernels were extremely crisp and had less sweetness than your typical kettle corn. So it was sort of a cross between kettle corn and plain salted popcorn; the lower sugar level allowed a bit more of the popcorn taste to come through, while still providing a bit of the kettle corn experience. Our snackers were big fans of both the name Boom Chicka Pop and the popcorn, raving about the texture and taste. Some people were confused by the name at first, assuming the bag would contain chicken, but otherwise nobody had a bad word to say about it.
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Smell test: A bit of the burnt popcorn smell that some kinds of kettle corn have.
From the package: “Lightly sweet popcorn” ... “contains nothing but ingredients you'll love.” ... “zero trans fats • cholesterol free • whole grain • certified gluten free” ... “Snacking is the best part about life. It should be both delicious and carefree. Like magical yoga pant material, or weird nail polish colors.”
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Company: Angie's Artisan Treats, LLC
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .
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