By Martin Isark
A must try for chocoholics and popcorn munchers.
Do we really need another flavour of popcorn on our supermarket shelves? Only if it delivers that ‘I must have another one’ quality. Many of the new ‘must have’ popcorn flavours, sadly lack the required palate pleasing pleasure, to have the shopper back buying a second pack! Have Cadbury produced a winner with their ‘Choc full of Popcorn’?
Want to try popcorn covered in chocolate? Cadbury’s Choc Full Of Popcorn delivers it in milk chocolate. There might be too much for brown stuff for some palates, but for chocoholics – this popcorn is heaven sent.
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The ingredient list: Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Dried Whole Milk, Cocoa Mass, Dried Whey, Vegetable Fat, Emulsifiers (E442, E476), Flavourings), Toffee Popcorn (32%) (Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Popcorn, Butter, Soyabean Oil, Salt, Single Cream, Molasses, Invert Sugar Syrup, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin)), Starch, Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Glazing Agents (E414, E904), Vegetable Oil, Milk Chocolate: Milk Solids 14% minimum, Contains Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butte
Can you eat it? Contains milk, lactose, soya and may contain wheat nuts and peanuts, but suitable for vegetarians.
Cadbury Choc Full Of Popcorn
Want to try popcorn covered in chocolate? Cadbury’s Choc Full Of Popcorn delivers it in milk chocolate. There might be too much for brown stuff for some palates, but for chocoholics – this popcorn is heaven sent. Tasted by Martin Isark
Not forgetting barcode: 5000169174357
Waitrose Heston Curry Spiced Popcorn
A real palate pleaser if you relish the spiky tastes of curry, coriander, chilli, garlic, anise… Moreover, the contained wheat is from the glucose syrup which is suitable for most people avoiding gluten. Tasted by Martin Isark
Not forgetting barcode: 5023274051634
Butterkist Toffee Popcorn
Butterkist is one of the leading popcorn brands on shelves. Want toffee popcorn? If the price and size fits – put a pack in the trolley. Tasted by Martin Isark