Nutritional Facts

  • Popcorn is a whole grain that contains 40 or more nutrients.
  • The germ in the popcorn kernel contains all of the B complex vitamins, plus vitamin E, Riboflavin and Thiamine.
  • Popcorn has more protein than any other cereal grain.
  • Popcorn has more iron than eggs, peanuts, spinach or roast beef.
  • The hull and outer layers are rich in iron, phosphorous and protein.
  • Popcorn has more phosphorous and fiber than potato chips, ice cream cones or pretzels.
  • Popcorn is a calorie counter’s delight!  Unbuttered popcorn only has between 25 and 55 calories per cup.
  • Popcorn, a well know “funfood”, is considered a wholesome snack by leading medical associations and nutrition professionals:
    • The American Dental Association recommends popcorn as a sugar-free snack.  Popcorn is listed by the ADA as a suggested sugar free, fat free and low=in-calories snack along with several other notables such as apples, pears, celery, plain yogurt, nuts and cheese.
    • The National Cancer Instiitute (NCI), the federal government’s cancer prevention agency, suggests fiber in the diet to reduce the risk of some forms of cancer.
    • The American dietetic Association recommends popcorn as a high fiber snack food in their list of “10 Great Ways to Fiber Up!”
    • The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research lists popcorn as a smart, low/no-sugar snack.
    • The American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association permit popcorn as a starch exchange on weight-control diets.
    • The Feingold Diet for hyperactive children permits popcorn because it contains no artificial additives.
    • Because popcorn contributes to the overall health andmaintenance of the body, the American Diabetes Association permit popcorn as a break exchange on weight control diets.
    • Popcorn is listed third out of a list of 11 as Eleven Things That Don’t Cause Cancer.
    • Popcorn aids digestion by providing necessary roughage, also know as fiber.

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Nutritional Analysis RegularOriginal Flavored Popcorn 

The experts agree.  Popcorn is all-around “good”

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The experts agree.  Popcorn is all-around “good”

food-healthy, economical and tasty!