Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Butter Popcorn
Taste test: First off, there's a ton of popcorn packed into this bag, unlike some other post-popped popcorn we've tried.
We prefer hot popcorn, but if you're stuck without any pre-popped corn, or are too lazy to turn on the microwave, grab a bag of these snacks. The buttery flavor is good, and will remind you of movie theater popcorn. Throw a bag of these and sneak them into the movie theater if you want. The popcorn isn't that crunchy, but I think that's what happens when post-popped corn sits in a bag for a while.
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Smell test: A very buttery aroma, as if you were smelling some hot popcorn from the movie theater.
From the package: “Why does Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn taste so good? We start with better corn and we take the time to grow it ourselves. It took Orville himself over 40 years to develop our exclusive hybrid of corn. We continue that legacy today. Superior corn is why no other popcorn tastes quite like ours: light, fluffy, tender, and delicious, everytime. We've taken that very special popcorn, carefully popped it for you and given it our biggest buttery flavor ever. It's all the goodness of Orville popcorn that's ready to eat -- anytime, anywhere. The difference is the corn!”
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Company: Conagra Grocery Products Company
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