Serious Food Co.

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Popcorn

White Chocolate Drizzle
100g

A perfect union of organic and fair trade chocolate with our sweet and salty organic popcorn, which is 100% traceable and grown without chemicals. Treat yourself all year round to something sweet without the guilt.

The benefits.

  • Promotes healthy digestion and gut health (fibre in corn)
  • Assists in digestive health and healthy weight maintenance (polyphenol antioxidants in corn)
  • Protects bone structure and joint health (magnesium and iron in corn and cocoa butter)
  • Supports a healthy immune system and aids in wound healing (zinc in corn)

What goes in.

Certified Organic Popcorn, White Chocolate (Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Emulsifier (322 (From soy E322), Natural flavour), Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Unrefined Cane Sugar, Sea Salt.

What's kept out.

Artificial flavours, no preservatives and no refined sugar.

Did you know?

Did you know microwave popcorn contains a huge amount of saturated fats? With all that oil, we’re not sure how they fit the corn in. To make matters worse, most microwave popcorn bags are lined with perfluorooctanoic acid — a chemical linked to a variety of health problems. Don’t even get us started on the popcorn at the cinema.

Geography.

Made with love in New Zealand. 

Serious Food Co.

Snacking has a bad rap, with most snack foods being made in ways that aren't any good for you or the planet. Serious Food Co. are on a mission to change all that, and make snacking healthy again. Seriously. Going against the industrial norm of today's sugar-laden and heavily processed snack products, they're going with the grain, naturally. From the farm to the bag, their organic products are 100% traceable, and free-from synthetic chemicals and pesticides. And as for their mascot, Serious Bear, he's looking out for you too, concerned about those other unhealthy snack choices. He's here so you can snack in a way that’s sustainable for your body and sustainable for the world. Call it sustainable snacking.