Taste test: This kettle corn consisted of generally large kernels with mostly white surfaces and many yellowish brown areas.
We crunched in to find a good crispness and light crunch, but otherwise there wasn't much good about it as kettle corn.
The sugar level varied vastly from one kernel to the next: Many kernels had a good helping, but many others had no sweetness at all, like plain popcorn. Next up, salt: Kettle corn is supposed to have a balance of sugar and salt, but we could hardly notice any salt at all. And flavor: This popcorn was just bland, with no good popcorn flavor and the slightest hint of burntness. A poor excuse for kettle corn. Fresh kettle corn is obviously better, but even in the chip aisle, we've found lots of better packaged kettle corns.
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Smell test: Slightly burnt popcorn smell.
From the package: “No artificial colors”
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Company: Aldi, Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Aldi Foods. Review published .