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Does Someone Have A List Of Gluten-free Popcorn?
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Does someone have a list of gluten-free popcorn?

Thanks in advance!

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Newmans Own is gluten-free.

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Here ya go:

Act II microwave popcorn (Conagra) (http://www.actii.com/company/faqs.jsp) (vw=01/13/2004)

ACT II Microwave Popcorn does not contain gluten or related proteins obtained from wheat, rye, barley, and oats and

ingredients derived from these cereal grains.

Barrel 0’ Fun Popcorn Items:

White Popcorn

Kettle Corn

Caramel Corn

Vic’s Gourmet Popcorn Items

White Popcorn

Half Salt White Popcorn

Lite White Popcorn

Lite White Half Salt Popcorn

Kettle Corn

Regular Caramel Popcorn

Fat Free Caramel Popcorn

Lite Yellow Cheddar Cheese

Crunch 'n Munch (ConAgra) (000.000.0000) (http://www.crunchnmunch.com) (00/00/00)

Flavored Popcorn

FlixStix (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Popcorn: White Cheddar, Ranch (NOT CAJUN)

Hannaford (Store Brand) (http://www.hannaford.com) (ve=10/03/2003)

Butter Light Microwave Popping Corn (41268-12557)

Houston Harvest Gift Products (www.houstonharvestgifts.com) (800.548.5896) (ve=01/04/05)

Gift Tins (like the ones at WalMart) Popcorn (cheese, caramal, butter). The popcorn in our tins does not contain any gluten

Jiffy Pop (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

Popcorn

Jolly Time Popcorn American Corn Company, Sioux (712 239 1232) (www.jollytime.com) (ve=3-24-03)

All JollyTime Popcorn is free from wheat, oat, barley & rye gluten. It does, obviously, contain corn gluten because of the

nature of the product.

Kirkland Cashew Caramel Popcorn (Costco) (www.costco.com) (ve=07/25/03)

Cashew Caramel Popcorn

Old Dutch Foods White Popcorn;

Old Dutch Foods Yellow Cheddar Cheese Popcorn;

Old Dutch Foods White Cheddar Popcorn

Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Cakes (Orville Redenbacher) (ConAgra Foods) (1-800-328-6286) (ve=05-12-2003)

Popcorn Cakes do not contain cereal grains or gluten derived from wheat, rye, barley and oats.

Orville Redenbacher (800.328.6286) (ve=08/28/02)

Microwave Popcorn all varieties EXCEPT the caramel pour-over popcorn.

(ve=01/03/03: All Orville Redenbacher microwave popcorn is gluten-free EXCEPT O.R. Ultimate Theatre Style w/BBQ Flavour Pouch (which

is sold in Canada).

(vp=10/23/02: White Cheddar Popcorn Cakes)

Orville Redenbacher(in Canada) (ConAgra) (ve=1-29-03 list dated 3-13-02)

All products

Smartfood (000.000.0000) (00/00/00)

White Cheddar Popcorn

Weaver Popcorn Company, (800-634-8161) (ve=12/05/2003)

ALL of their products are gluten-free and can be purchased at Wal-Mart.

Wehrenbergs (Movie Theatre Popcorn)

(vp=07/11/02)

Total Product: Movie Theatre Popcorn

Ingredients: Popping Oils: Sunflower Oil or Classic Blend (manufactured by Odells)

Seasoning: Flavacol (manufactured by Gold Medal Co)

Topping:

SuperKiss II (manufactured by Odells)

Odells (800.0635.0436)

Gold Medal Co. (800.543.0862)

NOTE: Theatres occasionally test other brands so always ask!!

THESE ARE FROM DELPHI LIST. STILL ALWAYS READ LABELS!!!!

Karen

Forgot to add: I always use Orville Red's........ never had a problem with them....

Karen

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The following is the list from Clan Thompson Safe Food Database.

Shopping List from Celiac Food SmartList ©2006 Clan Thompson LLC

365 Organic Every Day Value Popcorn (cheddar - lightly salted - Angel Fluffs White Cheddar) gluten-free Y Veg U

Act II Butter Lover's Microwave Popcorn 3/3.5 oz. (76150 47310) gluten-free Y Veg U

Act II Kettle Corn Microwave Popcorn 3/3.5 oz. (76150 22402) gluten-free Y Veg U

Chesters Popcorn (butter or cheese flavored) gluten-free Y Veg Y

Cracker Jack Original Caramel Coated Popcorn and Peanuts gluten-free Y Veg Y

Crackin' Good or Winn Dixie Microwave Popcorn (no butter/natural flavor) gluten-free Y Veg U

Crackin' Good or Winn Dixie Popcorn (regular flavor) gluten-free Y Veg U

Grand Selections 10 oz. Popcorn Clusters (almond pecan - butter toffee) gluten-free Y Veg U

Health Market Organic Popcorn - 5 oz. (herb - cheddar cheese) gluten-free Y Veg U

Healthy Choice Microwave Popcorn - natural and butter flavor gluten-free Y Veg Y

Herr's Light Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg U

Herr's Original Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg U

Herr's White Cheddar Ranch Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg U

Hy-Vee 94% Fat Free Butter Microwave Popcorn (9 oz.) gluten-free Y Veg U

Hy-Vee Butter or Extra Butter Microwave Popcorn (3.5 - 10.5 - 21 - 63 oz.) gluten-free Y Veg U

Hy-Vee Light Butter Microwave Popcorn (9 - 18 - 54 oz and 12 pack) gluten-free Y Veg U

Jolly Time Blast O Butter Popcorn (reg. - mini - light) gluten-free Y Veg Y

Jolly Time ButterLicious Popcorn (reg. - mini - light) gluten-free Y Veg Y

Jolly Time Crispy 'n White Popcorn (reg. - light) gluten-free Y Veg Y

Jolly Time Healthy Pop Caramel Apple Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg Y

Jolly Time Mallow Magic or The Big Cheese Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg Y

Jolly Time Microwave Popcorn (all) gluten-free Y Veg Y

Jolly Time White and Butter or KettleMania Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg Y

Laura Lynn Popcorn (All Items) gluten-free Y Veg U

Lundberg Organic Rice Cakes (Brown Rice - Brown Rice salt free - Popcorn) gluten-free Y Veg Y

Newman's Microwave Popcorn (butter - natural - light butter) gluten-free Y Veg U

Newman's Own Microwave Popcorn (94% fat free - white cheddar cheese) gluten-free Y Veg U

Newman's Own Microwave Popcorn - Butter Boom gluten-free Y Veg U

Newman's Own Microwave Popcorn - Popcorn - Jars (Regular Pop) gluten-free Y Veg U

Orville Redenbacher's Movie Theater Butter Microwave Popcorn (27000 48606) gluten-free Y Veg U

Orville Redenbacher's Pour Over Cinnabon Microwave Popcorn 2 ct. (27000 48171) gluten-free Y Veg U

Price Chopper Popcorn (yellow - butter - butter lite - natural - extra butter - lowfat) gluten-free Y Veg U

Publix Deli Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg U

Safeway Microwave Popcorn (all varieties) gluten-free Y Veg U

Safeway Popcorn Cakes (except for White Cheddar and mini caramel corn) gluten-free Y Veg U

Smart Balance Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg Y

Smartfood Reduced Fat White Cheddar Cheese Flavored Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg Y

Smartfood White Cheddar Cheese Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg Y

Snyder's of Hanover Butter Popcorn gluten-free Y Veg U

Trader Joe's (West Coast) Popcorn (fat free caramel - lite) gluten-free Y Veg U

Wegmans Popcorn (microwave colossal butter - natural popcorn) 10.5 oz. gluten-free Y Veg U

Wegmans Popcorn (movie theatre - microwave butter) 10.5 oz. gluten-free Y Veg U

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My Clan Thompson list only has a few specific kinds of Orville Redenbacher. I just had some Smart Pop (the butter kind, not the kettle corn) but the butter kind isn't on the CT list. It says no wheat but it also has the dreaded "natural flavors". I'm wondering...

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Microwave popcorn has extra crap in it that your body just doesn't need. I'd encourage an airpopper and plain popcorn (add whatever you like - brown sugar is good :-) ). You actually can even pop regular popcorn in the microwave by putting 1/4 cup in a brown paper lunch bag, stapling it with two small staples at least three inches apart, and microwaving until the majority of the frequent popping has stopped (depends on the power of your microwave - I'm around 2:25). (Yes, this is totally safe - the staples are too small and too far apart to be able to conduct electricity generated by the microwaves.) This allows you to avoid the phalates added to the coating of the microwave popcorn bag - actually a major source of phalates in a standard diet.

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Orville Redenbacher is a ConAgra brand. They will not hide gluten--it will be clearly disclosed if present.

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Don't know of any popcorn that has gluten. But airpopped is indeed much better for you.

richard

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Microwave popcorn has extra crap in it that your body just doesn't need. I'd encourage an airpopper and plain popcorn (add whatever you like - brown sugar is good :-) ). You actually can even pop regular popcorn in the microwave by putting 1/4 cup in a brown paper lunch bag, stapling it with two small staples at least three inches apart, and microwaving until the majority of the frequent popping has stopped (depends on the power of your microwave - I'm around 2:25). (Yes, this is totally safe - the staples are too small and too far apart to be able to conduct electricity generated by the microwaves.) This allows you to avoid the phalates added to the coating of the microwave . popcorn bag - actually a major source of phalates in a standard diet.

Thank you for this post I will definitely try it as I've been wanting air popped popcorn for awhile now.

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(this thread is from 2006 - some products may have changed their ingredients - always check the labels!!)

 

you can also pop it yourself on the stove - i make some mean kettle corn :)

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I haven't found any popcorn with gluten. However, I don't buy the " flavors" so I don't know. Just read the labels.

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Here's some updates:

 

http://www.conagrafoods.com/frequently-asked-questions says:

 

ACT II® Microwave popcorn- All varieties

 

Orville Redenbacher’s® Ready-to-pop popcorn- in jars All sizes

 

Orville Redenbacher’s Microwave popcorn- All varieties except Two-Step Cheddar and White Cheddar

 

Orville Redenbacher’s Ready-to-eat popcorn- All varieties

 

Poppycock® Ready-to-eat popcorn- Original, Apple Crisp, Pecan Delight, Chocolate Lovers and Cashew

 

Crunch 'n Munch® Ready-to-eat popcorn- Caramel and Buttery Toffee

 

Fiddle Faddle® Ready-to-eat popcorn- Caramel and Butter Toffee

 

Jiffy Pop® Pre-seasoned ready-to-pop popcorn- All varieties

 

http://www.jollytime.com/contact/FAQs says:

 

All JOLLY TIME Pop Corn is gluten free from wheat, rye, oats and barley. However, all of our products do contain corn gluten (modified corn starch). Our microwave flavor providers have also assured us that our flavorings are gluten free as well.

 

http://www.popsecret.com/faq/ says:

 

Q: I am concerned about food allergies. How can I find out what is contained in Pop Secret?
A: The ingredient listings on all our packages are complete and accurate. The package should be read carefully if there is any question of possible allergic reaction. For dairy/milk, our products have the universal “D” symbol on the package to indicate the product contains dairy ingredients. For gluten/soy, all popcorn is free of glutens from wheat, rye, oats and barley. However, all of our products do contain corn gluten (modified corn starch). Our microwave flavor providers have also assured us that our flavorings are gluten-free as well. For peanuts/tree nuts, Pop Secret popcorn is produced and packaged at a facility that is free from tree nuts and peanuts.
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Have you tried Skinny Pop? It comes popped in the bag, but is pretty good. You can find it online pretty easily.

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