Surprisingly great blend of root beer and vanilla to create a fun and refreshing root beer float taste. If you like root beer, you will LOVE this popcorn! The bags have 7 1/2 servings in each and a shelf life of 6 months. 7 oz. package.
Nutrition Facts: Serv Size: 1 Cup (30g),
Servings: 7.5, Amount Per Serving: Calories 110, Fat Cal. 35, Total Fat 4g (6%
DV), Sat. Fat 1g (4%DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 0mg (0%DV), Sodium 70mg (3%DV),
Total Carb. 19g (6%DV), Fiber 1g (4%DV) Sugars 12g, Protein 1g, Vitamin A (0%DV),
Vitamin C (0%DV) Calcium (0%DV), Iron (2%DV). Percent Daily Values are based on
a 2000 calorie diet. Ingredients include: sugar,
popcorn, corn syrup solids, butter blend (liquid & partially hydrogenated
soybean oil, water, butter, (cream, salt), whey solids, salt sodium benzoate
& potassium sorbate (as preservatives), butter milk solids, citric acid,
artificial flavors, beta carotene (color) vit a palmitate added), water, soybean
lecithin, corn oil, vanilla extract (water, corn syrup, propylene
glycol, alcohol (8.75%), art flavor), vanilla cream flavor (NFI: propylene
glycol USp, water, caramel color D.S.), artificial root beer flavoring (NFI: soybean oil), art brown coloring (NFI: water, FD&C red 40 (granular), FD&C yellow 5 (granular), citric acid, FD&C yellow 6 (granular), FD&C blue 1 (granular), sodium benzoate), butterflavor (propylene glycol, USP). salt (sodium silico-aluminate, sodium
thiosulfate, potassium iodide), baking soda.Contains:Milk, soy.
This product was processed in a facility that also processes peanuts and
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