Miller's Kettle Corn - A Healthy Choice For Work And Play

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Nutritional
 
  • Popcorn has more protein than any other cereal grain. It also has more iron than eggs or roast beef. It has more than pretzels or potato chips

  • Both the American Dietetic Association and the American Diabetes Association say that popcorn can be exchanged for bread for people on weight control diets
 
  • There are about 1,600 popcorn kernels in 1 cup
 
  • With suggestions from such as the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Dietetic Association (ADA), there's no doubt popcorn is a perfectly sensible snack to fit into any meal/fitness plan
 
  •  Popcorn providing roughage the body needs
 
  •  Popcorn has no artificial additives or preservatives
 
  • Kettle corn is a whole grain in the same league as oatmeal, barley, brown rice, and millet.  It contains a fair amount
 
  • Compared to most snack foods, Kettlecorn is low in calories
 
 
 
Strange Facts About Popcorn
 
  • Early times popcorn was used to make beer and soup
 
  • Bizarre popcorn flavors include Beer-flavored Pub-Corn, Yo-Pop’s Butterfinger Crunch Popcorn, KukuRuZa’s Buffalo Blue Cheese Popcorn, Popcorn Palace’s Jalapeno popcorn, Jolly Time’s Mallow Magic Yummy Marshmallow Flavor Microwave Popcorn, Popcorn Pavilion’s Brown Butter & Sea Salt Popcorn, Kernel Encore’s Pumpkin popcorn, Popcornopolis’ Cupcake popcorn, and 479˚ Popcorn’s Black Truffle and White Cheddar popcorn
 
  • Popcorn has been sold  since 1912
 
  • Maize (corn) is the second largest crop in the world
 
 
 
What is Popcorn? How is it grown and harvested? How does it pop?
 
 
  • Popcorn has more protein than any other cereal grain. It also has more iron than eggs or roast beef. It has more fiber than pretzels or potato chips
 
  • Americans eat around 17 billion quarts of popcorn every year. This amount would fill the Empire State Building 18 times
 
  • Most of the popcorn eaten around the world is grown in the United States
 
  • As the popcorn plant grows, the stalk will reach approximately eight feet in height and produce long, green leaves. Popcorn requires 18-24 inches of water during the growing season. As the plant grows, it begins to produce ears of corn, covered with a green husk
 
  • Popcorn, like all six types of corn, is a cereal grain and originates from a wild grass. Its scientific name is and it is the only type of corn to actually pop
 
  • A kernel of popcorn contains just a small amount of water. When these kernels are heated, the water turns to steam and the kernels “pop.” Popcorn is different than many other grains because its shell is not water permeable, making it possible for pressure to build up until the kernel finally explodes
 
  • Most of the world's popcorn is grown in the United States corn belt of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio. Each spring, farmers use a corn planter to place the popcorn seeds about 1½ inches deep and 6 inches apart in the soil. That's nearly 28,000 seeds per acre
 
  • Popcorn kernels can pop up to 3 feet in the air
 
  • Approximately 70% of popcorn sold in America is eaten in the home. The other 30% is eaten stadiums, school, etc