Little Bear Microwave Popcorn

by Little Bear

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For Popcorn Purists! Organic Popcorn Real Salt (A Natural Mineral Salt) No Oil Added Not A Fat Free Food Usda Organic Lightly Salted Only 25 Calories Per Cup 65% Less Sodium Than Other Leading Brands Of Natural Flavor Popcorn Now You Can Enjoy The Finest Organically Grown Popcorn, Popped Fresh Without Any Added Oil.&Nbsp; You Get The Freshest Tasting Popcorn, Made The Best Way - Delicious As Is, Or Shake On Your Favorite Herbs Or Seasonings!&Nbsp; No Oil Is Another Good Reason To Snack. Note:&Nbsp; Each Bag Yields Approximately 10 Cups Of Popcorn. Certified Organic By Quality Assurance International (Qai) 1-800-434-4246 Made In Usa

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4 years ago
115 reviews
I love this product! No oil or salt makes it a perfectly healthy and filling snack. It is bland but I am used to no salt products so to me it is great. For those who don't follow such strict diets, it may not be for you.
I love this product! No oil or salt makes it a perfectly healthy and filling snack. It is bland but I am used to no salt products so to me it is great. For those who don't follow such strict diets, it may not be for you.
4 years ago
79 reviews
I'm not a big fan of popcorn, but it was alright. Didn't give me that oily feel on my hands after I ate it, but it was alright not the best kind of popcorn I've had
I'm not a big fan of popcorn, but it was alright. Didn't give me that oily feel on my hands after I ate it, but it was alright not the best kind of popcorn I've had
6 years agoRohnert Park, CA
19 reviews
I do not like my popcorn oily so these are great! I have made the no salt one and added my own salt and it tasted delicious
I do not like my popcorn oily so these are great! I have made the no salt one and added my own salt and it tasted delicious
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