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Dale & Thomas Pure-Popped Natural Popcorn
Snack Review

Dale & Thomas Pure-Popped Natural Popcorn

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Taste test: Ths plain popcorn had a slight hint of oil and salt.

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It was nice mixture if you just want "regular" popcorn. Although we got the popcorn via mailorder and opened this bag 10 days after receiving it, the popcorn was fresh and crispy, and tasted as if it just came out of the pan.

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Smell test: Smells like popcorn, but not overwhelming.

From the package: “Natural blends just a tad of salt and a mist of oil to our fresh, air-popped popcorn. This familiar flavor is just the right blend to keep your hand driving back for more.”

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Company: Dale and Thomas Popcorn LLC

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This snack was discovered by Keith and Melissa. Review published January 2006.

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