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Rocky Mountain Popcorn- A Pop You're Gonna Love

There are many things in life that I love, the crunch of popcorn is one of those. So of course when I got the opportunity to review Rocky Mountain popcorn from Open Road Snacks I was beyond excited. When it first arrived my kids and I were both very eager to dive right in and review, we did :). I was really shocked at how many different flavors of popcorn there were. White Cheddar(my personal favorite), Butter, Caramel(okay so maybe this is my favorite I think it is a tie), Kettle, Jalapeno, Naked(lol plain), Cinnamon with Sugar and Southwest Cheddar(I didn't get to try this one but sounds yummy).
A little Jalapeno popcorn please :)
When shopping for snacks for my children it is so important to find not only something that is good for them, but also something they enjoy. Of course at the end of the day fruits and veggies are the best for you but sometimes you just need a special treat. Rocky Mountain Popcorn offers that for us. You can have either a sweet treat, something a little more savory or we can add just a little crunch to our day with the Naked flavor. Rocky Mountain Popcorn offers something that many popcorn companies just do not. Rocky Mountain Popcorn is all natural, gluten-free, and certified non-GMO kernels . Popcorn is a great source of protein, with more protein than any other whole grain, and has more iron content per serving than spinach or eggs! What most people don’t know is that popcorn is high in antioxidants, most notably the plant extract polyphenol. Honestly I didn't know that and I thought it was a really neat fact :)
We have really enjoyed reviewing Rocky Mountain Popcorn from Openroad Snacks. I was really excited to learn that I was able to buy is fairly locally. No worries though if you cannot find it near you it is available to buy online at their site as well!
*I received the above mentioned products in order to help facilitate this review. Regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*

Comments

I have yet tried this popcorn and now I want some!! I have not seen it locally here but nice to know you can find it online.
Julia Potvin said…
I haven't tried this popcorn either, sounds like a great snack, love the flavor choices!

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