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- Orville Redenbacher’s Microwave Popcorn (Kettle Corn Flavored Popcorn) in Family Favorite Popcorn Bags. A little sweet, a little salty and a whole lot of yummy!
- Made with zero grams of trans fat (no trans fat) and 100% whole grain gourmet popping corn (popcorn) per serving.
- Orville Redenbacher’s Microwave Popcorn pops up in minutes to give you a delicious, light, and fluffy snack that is perfect anytime.
- Popcorn is a delicious and healthful treat, is 100% whole grain, a good source of fiber, and free of trans fat.
- Forget what you know about popcorn and try our sweet and savory line of Kettle Corn, Microwave Caramel Corn, Cheddar Cheese, and more. You’ll never think of popcorn the same way again!
Taste great, balance of sweet and salty. Artificial sugar in product, since “real” sugar doesn’t do well in microwave, but it does contain palm oil. For those watching calories, a bag contains 2.5 servings. Each serving has 170 calories, and 110 from fat. Order from amazon in Nov 2011, product expiration date Sept 2012,
Good for weekly treats.
Ordered on Jan 1st, received Jan 12th. Coming with 3 boxes, each box contains 10 packages. Expiration date until Sep 2012. $14.64 for all. The best price I could found on the internet.
I was unsure by the description about how many I would actually receive. I got 3 boxes with 10 packets of kettlecorn in each box. And the popcorn got to me a week early…so happy.
We love this popcorn! It is yummy. I bought this for my husband as he loves Kettle Korn. Easy to fix just pop into the microwave for a few minutes. Sometimes we mix it with our regular pop corn to give it a little more flavor.
NathanielNew Haven, KY
The popcorn is excellent. The only real issue is that the bags are quite a bit greasy on the outside.
JulesBear Creek, NC
I will assume if you are purchasing 30 bags of popcorn you already know the nutritional value and what it tastes like.
I wasn’t sure if this was going to be the snack-sized bags or the full-sized bags. It is the full sized bags.
For some reason, this tastes better than the Reddenbacher Pop Up bowls – less greasy and more tender. I split a bag with a co-worker everyday and we have saved a lot of money with this purchase.
I had ordered this product based on a previous purchase of Orville Kettle Corn popcorn. I had thought this was the same product… but after opening this box, I noticed the packaging and the contents were very oily. Not the same as what I recalled with my previous purchase. Not very happy with this product right now.
Love Orville Redenbacher’s popcorn. It got to where we could not find this particular one in the grocery store so was happy to find it on Amazon. This is the best popcorn we have had in awhile-kernels are tender and pops well.
I couldn’t find kettle corn popcorn in any stores other than three small bags in a box. I am very pleased to be able to buy a large batch and for such a good price. I have bought three different orders of this and will continue to do so.
My daughter eats popcorn by the bucket, and I was glad to find this quantity of microwave popcorn at a great price point per bag. 3 boxes of popcorn will last her a week or two, will be re-ordering soon.
Orville Redenbacher Kettle Korn is the best microwave popcorn. One of my favorites, and the price is great here on Amazon. Will be re-ordering often.
I absolutely LOVE Orville Redenbacher Kettle Korn. It hasn’t been available locally for over a month, with no idea when it will be in stock again. I tried making my own, but it was awful. Finally, I find that Amazon will actually ship this (it’s hit and miss for us overseas military folks). So, I ordered 3 of these (that’s a total of 90 bags). I figured this would be more than enough to tide over my craving until it’s available again locally.
Well, I got two different batches and they are both awful. Kettle Korn is buttery, slightly salty and slightly sweet. A great 3-way combo. Well, this stuff I got is just sweet and way, way TOO sweet. They are bad batches. I eat enough of this stuff to be able to tell the difference between a good and bad batch. The two batches I got were the WORST batches I’ve ever had.
I don’t know if Amazon got these for a low price because they are “off” or what, but I will definitely not be buying any more. As for the huge stock I have now, I have to add my own butter and salt to make it even slightly edible. If I liked sweet, instead of salty, snacks, these would fit the bill. As it is, it’s disgusting.
I have regularly been buying this and the product is excellent. I would like to know how the price has increased by $5 in one week?!!! Unbelievable. Guess I’ll be getting this at the grocery now. This was written
on March 24, 2012. WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD PAY THIS MUCH FOR POPCORN???