Food Review: Populence Vegan Popcorn

I was reading an article about how Populence had created a vegan Sauvignon Blanc Kettle Corn. They are located in New York City with a storefront on 8th Street in Greenwich Village. All of their popcorns are vegan except Jalapeno Cheddar, which is not quite true. The Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc uses fining agents contains Micronized potassium casseinate (casein is milk protein), food grade gelatin, egg albumin and other food grade components.

We had ordered the gallon tin of Sauvignon Blanc Kettle, Sun-dried Tomato, and Garlic Rosemary for $38 plus shipping. It came really fast in their beautiful white tin bucket. My favorite was the Sun-dried Tomato that was full of flavor and had a little spicy kick to it. The Garlic Rosemary was very subtle in flavor. I should have checked Barnivore before ordering the Sauvignon Blanc Kettle. I didn’t like it, I though it tasted like lemon pledge. My wife, Chris, liked it the best.

If you love popcorn and are looking for some different flavors, you should try Populence.

About James Lucas

James has been a graphic designer for over 18 years and owns Wave Hound Surf Shop. James started Doylestown Movie Fans, who meet once a month to see movies at the County Theater in Doylestown, PA. He and his wife Chris started Bucks County Vegan Supper Club in 2009, whose members meet once a month to have a vegan potluck dinner. They are currently working through the Veganomicon cookbook, which inspires experienced and recent vegans to try new recipes. James is proud to support Farm Sanctuary and The Surfrider Foundation.

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