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Popcorn Indiana Review

When it comes to vegan snacks, it can become quite a challenge in my case with my nuts-and-seeds allergy. While I do often make my own tasty homemade snacks, sometimes I just want the convenience of a store-bought one. So, when Popcorn Indiana offered to send on a sample of their popcorn for my review, I just couldn’t refuse. Now, not all of their popcorn range is vegan but they do have a few varieties that are. But what really caught my attention is that Popcorn Indiana uses only non-GMO corn. I rarely ever buy even fresh corn, let alone popcorn, on this part of the planet namely because I cannot be sure they are non-GMO.
So, when I received a bag of Popcorn Indiana in the Fit range that was non-GMO, I was pretty excited.

Popcorn Indiana Review

As the name suggests, the Fit range has lower fat content with only 37 calories per cup.

Popcorn Indiana Review

This won my heart! Not only was this popcorn tastier and lighter than a few other brands I’ve tried before but it was also low in fat calories. And that’s a big plus for me.

Popcorn Indiana Review

Well, I was happy to find out that this brand was available at my local grocery store. Quite a few packs have landed in my shopping cart. However, I guess I’ve been munching on these tasty fluffs a little too much; popcorn can be quite damaging to teeth if the bits of shell get stuck in between. I have learnt my lesson (or maybe not quite): too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. Well, not too bad though. Happy munching if you find some Popcorn Indiana on your way. I am hoping they will introduce some more vegan options in other flavours.

Popcorn Indiana Review

Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received the above mentioned product for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received from Popcorn Indiana for the review.

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4 Comments

  • Babette
    October 21, 2014 at 3:06 am

    I've been eating quite a bit of store-bought popcorn this year… including those Earth Balance puffs and popcorn. It's easy to make your own popcorn at home, but they seem to come up with fun packaging and original, and vegan, flavors, so it's all very tempting. I like how you can eat 6 cups of that Indiana pop corn without feeling too bad about yourself.

    • Lovlie Veganlovlie
      October 21, 2014 at 3:48 am

      They are too addictive! That's why the Fit range is my favourite. But my teeth do hurt after eating half a bag though. 🙁

  • chow vegan
    October 21, 2014 at 5:23 am

    Yup, popcorn is nearly a guilt free snack. I haven't tried that particular brand yet but I'll look for it next time I'm at the store. Although I usually get the flavored popcorn as those are harder to make at home. 🙂

    • Lovlie
      November 2, 2014 at 4:38 am

      There isn't a lot of the flavour popcorns that are vegan, or at least I haven't come across any yet. I do like sweet popcorn though.

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