microwave popcorn


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microwave popcorn

A snack food often made with artificial butter, which contains diacetyl, a chemical that may rarely cause bronchiolitis obliterans, an extremely rare association known as “popcorn lung”.
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The company is the largest microwave popcorn maker in the United States.
The producer of Pop Secret microwave popcorn and Emerald nuts has bought Salem-based Kettle Foods for $615 million.
The 45-year-old Pringles line--sold in more than 140 countries around the world--will join a Diamond Foods lineup that includes Diamond of California and Emerald nuts, Pop Secret microwave popcorn, and Kettle Brand potato chips.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently revised a program to minimize or eliminate worker exposure to the hazards linked to microwave popcorn manufacturing.
Grab some paper plates and cups, microwave popcorn, polar fleece blanket, and pop in a DVD (one of the Christmas classics, please; we want to hang onto the holidays as long as possible).
It also started to eliminate trans fats from microwave popcorn in a program that is now complete.
PFOA is used to make the nonstick coatings on microwave popcorn bags, cookware, fabrics, and other goods.
Work out while you're waiting for that microwave popcorn to pop.
Uniformity of kernel size is also important in popcorn quality, especially for microwave popcorn. Larger kernels will pop more quickly, and they end up burnt because the smaller ones take longer to pop.
* The new Pop Secret snack-sized microwave popcorn bag has a pull string opening feature and shallow bowl shape for easy access.
Cleveland-based ASAP Food Products is looking at microwave popcorn in a whole new light.
3 Black Chicks Review Flicks Packages of microwave popcorn were sent out with review copies of the new book.

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