Nearly Naked Popcorn from Popcornopolis at Costco

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Nearly Naked Popcorn from Popcornopolis Now Available at Costco

Nearly Naked popcorn from Popcornopolis is au naturel, and it’s just what the name implies: farm-fresh popcorn in all its natural glory, with no more than coconut oil and the perfect amount of salt to highlight its exceptional flavor. At 33 calories per cup, it’s the kind of snack that everyone can enjoy! Certified Kosher by Orthodox Union. Orthodox Union is the world’s most recognized and trusted Kosher certification.

I’ve always loved Popcornopolis flavored popcorn. Their quality is fantastic and I love their commitment to natural ingredients. Their Nearly Naked is my absolute favorite. Once you start eating this it’s really hard to stop. That’s ok though because with only 33 calories for a cup you can treat yourself! I’m so excited that this amazing flavor is now available at Costco! I love the size and you can’t beat the price… only $5.39 a bag! Grab a bag now and try it for yourself! Then stock up from April 19 – May 13, when it will be on sale for $3.49!

More About Nearly Naked Popcornopolis:

  • Popcorn is made fresh using only the finest ingredients.
  • No preservatives
  • 33 calories per cup
  • Certified gluten free
  • Certified Kosher by Orthodox Union
  • GMO free
  • Pure coconut oil
  • All natural
  • Whole grain

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