Organic Popcorn Kernels

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Organic popcorn kernels are the beginning of something great.

Organic Popcorn kernels are a great way to make your own organic popcorn at home.  This is the best way to make corn as it is organic, homemade and full of goodness.  When you make your own popcorn it is actually a nutritious treat rather than a naughty one.  Popped corn is high in magnesium which helps with the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

It is really easy to make and you can experiment with your own sweet and savoury toppings.  Popping corn yourself at home is a lovely way to get the whole family involved while avoiding microwaves and toppings loaded with sugar and salt.  On the hob in a big fat pan is where all popcorn should be born!

Ingredients: Organic Popcorn Kernels

Origin: Hungary, Turkey

Allergen Information: Packed on premises that handle gluten, tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts, milk.


Nutritional Information

The Nutritional Benefits of Organic Popping Corn.

Organic Popping Corn in high in Magnesium, Phosphorus and Manganese. It is a source of Niacin (B3), Iron and Zinc.

B-Vitamins: This group of vitamins contribute to normal psychological function, normal function of the immune system and contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Zinc: This nutrient contributes to normal function of the immune system and DNA synthesis. It also protects cells from oxidative stress which is so important in a world where our bodies are exposed to so many toxins daily

Manganese: This vital nutrient contributes to the maintenance of normal bones, formation of connective tissue and the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

Phosphorus: This abundant mineral contributes to energy-yielding metabolism, function of cell membranes and the maintenance of bones and teeth.

Iron: It is vital to get enough iron and many whole foods contain high levels of it. Iron contributes to normal cognitive function, immune system function, reduction of tiredness, energy-yielding metabolism, formation of red blood cells, transportation of oxygen and cell division.

Magnesium: This wonderful nutrient is often referred to as natures tranquilliser. It is necessary for the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and electrolyte balance. It is also needed for normal nervous system and muscle function.

Typical Nutrient Values Per 100g:
Energy 1620kj/387kcal
Fat 4.5g
of which saturates 0.6g
Carbohydrate 77.9g
of which sugars 0.9g
Fibre 14.5g
Protein 12.9g
Salt trace
Typical Vitamin/Mineral Values Per 100g:
Niacin 2.4mg 15% RI
Iron 3.2mg 18% RI
Magnesium 144mg 36% RI
Phosphorus 358mg 36% RI
Zinc 3.1mg 21% RI
Manganese 1.1mg 56% RI

*High in = 30% or more of RI (reference intake) per 100g

*Source of = 15% or more of RI (reference intake) per 100g


Cooking Instructions

  1. Cover the base of a large pan with olive oil and a pinch of salt, heat gently.
  2. Drop a kernel into the pan, if it sizzles then add a full layer of corn to the pan.
  3. Place a glass lid on the pan and wait to watch the corn pop.
  4. Wait until the corn has popped and take off the heat
  5. Give it a moment to finish popping, transfer to a sharing bowl and tuck in!


For optimum freshness keep in a cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight.  Store in a tightly sealed bag or container.


Family Tip:

  1. Simply cover the bottom of a large pan with olive or coconut oil and warm it gently.  Add the salt now if you are using any.  Cover the bottom with one layer of corn kernels and put the lid on.  Keep the pan on a mid-heat until the popping has slowed down significantly.  You can leave it off the heat for a few moments while the last few kernels pop.  Garnish with your favourite toppings.
  2. Both our boys (1 and 3 years) love fresh popcorn warm from the pan and they have great fun helping in the process.  Get the children involved!
  3. Our favourite toppings are apple cider vinegar with sea salt, maple syrup or cajun spice.