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Today is National Popcorn day and there is no better way to celebrate than by treating yourself to a bowl of freshly popped popcorn! There sometimes is the misconception that popcorn is an unhealthy snack option, but you’d be surprised to learn just how healthy this delicious treat is. Popcorn has more antioxidants than many other snack foods, is loaded with fiber, and one single cup of air-popped popcorn. January 19 is National Popcorn Day.
Naturally, here at Cinemark, we look forward to National Popcorn Day with the same anticipation a candy-hoarding child reserves for Halloween and Easter. We love making and eating popcorn, and we’ve got a special mystery flavor that will be available at our concession stands, exclusively on January 18 and 19. Popcorn!
Related: Why Traditional Corn Doesn’t Pop When You Cook It Just in time for National Popcorn Day on January 19, Orville Redenbacher has released a new formula of. And it’s lower in calories than most snack foods: air-popped popcorn has only 31 calories per cup. If it’s popped in oil, it goes up to 55 calories per cup. It’s the toppings that can add up, though; buttered popcorn has 90 to 120 calories per cup.
Why do we celebrate National Popcorn Day? Popcorn has been around forever and has been used for everything from a delicious snack, to jewelry, to art! It’s about time that popcorn got its credit for being so versatile, convenient, and reliable. While every day is a great day for celebrating popcorn, we chose the month of October because of the popcorn harvest which takes place each fall in the Midwest. Each year when the new crop is harvested, it reminds us popcorn will always be the naturally fun snack for the entire family.
Humans consume popcorn as a versatile and nutritious snack. It’s enjoyed both sweet and savory by fans around the world. One factor, which makes it so popular, is its nutritional value. One cup of air-popped popcorn contains 31 calories, 1 gram of protein, 6 grams of.
When it’s air-popped and lightly seasoned, popcorn is an efficiently healthy snack. That’s because it is a whole grain, and high-fiber whole grains have been linked to a lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, some cancers and other health problems. January 19 th is National Popcorn Day.
Whether you pop it on the stove, in the microwave, or with a fancy popping machine, make sure you take time to celebrate this super snack that is both fun to eat and a healthy snacking option. Here are your fun facts about one of America’s favorite treats. In ancient times, corn wasn’t always corn. From Seed to Snack.
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