Throughout history, popcorn has been one of the world’s most popular snacks. With delicious flavour wrapped into every poppable bite, it’s little wonder why it has such staying power. Plus it’s high in fiber, low in calories, and adapts to any topping you decide to shake it up with.
Did you know that for hundreds of years, corn made up a significant part of the diet of the native people living in both North and South America? When the first Thanksgiving celebration was held in 1621, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie were not on the menu; however corn was! (History Detective).
Now that the school year is underway, students across Canada are spending their days in the classroom and their nights doing homework. And while hours of studying aren’t exactly associated with fun, there’s a lot more to school than just algebra and history.
Welcome to Pop Talk, our new blog dedicated to bringing you all of the latest news from Kernels! On Pop Talk, you’ll find out about new flavours, promotions, events, stores, contests, and all other Kernels happenings.
We’ve been poppin’ since 1983, which is why we’re so excited to bring you behind-the-scenes to learn about the Kernels family. It’s our chance to share more about our company and give you a taste of why our customers are Krazy for Kernels.Have something you’d like us to talk about? Let us know by sending a tweet to @kernelspopcorn!
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