BjornQorn Classic Sun-Popped Popcorn
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Classic Sun-Popped Popcorn

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3 oz / $1.33 per oz

If you love a savory popcorn, you've just met your perfect match. Adding nutritional yeast to the mix gives it a nutty-cheesy-savory-flavory taste that you can't find anywhere else.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

The unique taste comes through at the start with a roasted nut flavor and leaves a little bit of a cheesiness at the end. Some of us think the taste could rival your favorite nacho cheese chip, others have called it "endlessly eatable." Satisfy your tastebuds with this ultra munchable popcorn.

BQ Farms are solar powered and constantly improving their energy independent operations.
Popcorn, Safflower Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Salt WARNING:Proposition 65 Warning: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to View Nutrition Facts

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How it does good

Shining light on the problem with industrial farming

Industrial farming is filled with environmental concerns and problems for family farmers. In an effort to bring better produced snacks into the world, co-founders Bjorn and Jamie combined family farming with serious sustainability measures. BQ Farms has a hands on approach to growing their crops which ensures high quality results all around. Their facilities rely on solar energy, and they pop their corn using sunlight. They started out with giant hemispheric cookers in the Hudson Valley and moved on to a solar barn in 2017. Right now, they're producing all the energy they use, making their farms energy independent.