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Butter-It Alternative Butter Flavor Ingredients

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I think this is a Cargill/Sysco product used for popcorn flavoring, but cannot for the life of me find a true, proper ingredient list. Anyone know of this? Heard of it? Have info on whether it is gluten free or not?

 

I realize it's not a healthy product, not a GMO free product, I get it. Just curious what the ACTUAL ingredients are. I do know it's soybean oil based. 

 

Thanks!
 

 

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I have always heard that these popcorn "butters" are gluten-free.  I don't like them on my popcorn.  Can you call or email the company?  Maybe a jug at the movie theater has the ingredients on it? I looked and didn't see anything on-line, either


 

 

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I have always heard that these popcorn "butters" are gluten-free.  I don't like them on my popcorn.  Can you call or email the company?  Maybe a jug at the movie theater has the ingredients on it? I looked and didn't see anything on-line, either

Yeah....the lady read the ingredients to me over the phone, but she first said, "Oh, we just use butter." I was amazed, and then she said, "Yeah, just butter, It's called....Butter-It," and she tried to read the ingredients, but slaughtered most of the names. I thought butter was just cream and salt!! I can try to make a call. We get it at this little rural gas station (my kids love it....they sell a HUGE bag for 75 cents! Just hoping someone had a list of these fakey flavors. 

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Next time you are at the station ask to see the container it which it comes. Make sure it is a slow portion of the day and they will likely bring it out to you. That is what I did when I wanted to be sure the flavoring was safe at a theater I go to every once in a while. Chances are very good it is a safe product, at least gluten wise.


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