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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Epoca International received the 2016 Good Design award for its Ecolution Micro-Pop microwave popcorn popper, which makes popcorn in the microwave without the need for added oils or butter.
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When my grandchildren came to my house to stay over, we would microwave popcorn, pour some chocolate-covered raisins into a dish, and put in a DVD.
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Now available for private labeling from Whole Alternatives is Organic Sweet and Salty Kettle Microwave Popcorn.

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