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Popcorners!

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Has anyone tried these relatively lower fat popcorn/chip hybrids?

My god they are addictive.

I can only find them at the Kitchen Table though. Does anyone know where to find them? Haven't looked too hard but so far I have not seen them at Loblaws, Metro, or SDM....

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  1. They sound similar to Pop Chips, which I've seen at Bruno's.

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    1. re: TorontoJo

      Popcorners are totally different, but thanks TorontoJo... :)

      1. re: magic

        Ah well, sorry! Good luck with your search. Nothing worse than discovering a new item and being unable to source it.

        1. re: TorontoJo

          Indeed :)

          If you are ever near a Kitchen Table I highly recommend them. I’ve tried the Cheesy Jalapeno and White Cheddar flavours so far. Both are yum!

          1. re: magic

            I love those two flavours also! I get them at Kitchen table.

            1. re: justsayn

              As do, I. We might compete for the few bags left - you and I!

              If we can find more places to purchase them that would help :)

              1. re: magic

                Its no joke! They fly off the shelf! Beware of the small packs though - I have found them to be stale!

                1. re: justsayn

                  Oh I didn't even know they came in small packs, I've just seen larger ones.... interesting.

                  Okay, thx!

    2. I bought these at Magnolia on College at Euclid. Sorry but blech.

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      1. You should call Pusateri's and see if they carry them. They often have products that other stores don't carry.

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        Pusateri's
        1539 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5M, CA

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        1. re: kwass

          Yeah, I was thinking them. And maybe try Whole Foods and Fiesta Farms.

          1. re: magic

            I didn't even think of Whole Foods, but you're right, they very well might carry them.

            1. re: kwass

              There you go. Admittedly I haven't done an extensive search yet, just throwing it out there first in case some know of places where they're available....

        2. I wanted to let you know that I was @ Pusateri's yesterday and they do carry Popcorners

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          Pusateri's
          1539 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5M, CA

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          1. re: kwass

            Oh nice! Thanks for keeping that in mind and letting me know kwass! Excellent.

            1. re: magic

              Just an update to anyone that might care: I tried the Butter flavour and find it wayyyy too salty. So I'm not sure I even want to try the Sea Salt flavour - eep!

              That said, the Cheesy Jalapeno and White Cheddar flavours are still delicious and addictive.

                1. re: justsayn

                  Interesting. Okay, sticking with Cheesy Jalapeno and White Cheddar. Thx!!

                2. re: magic

                  I saw Popcorners today at the two health food stores on Kensington Ave. near St Andrew's.

                  1. re: magic

                    Sea salt is good. The only one I like. I'll check Pusateri's. Thanks

              1. Magic....I ate the whole bag....

                Popcorners' answer to the salty, sweet popcorn you see everywhere is called Kettle. It is amazing!

                Race ya!

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                1. re: justsayn

                  I think Kettle is the only one I have not yet tried (well, Sea Salt too - but I have no desire to try that variety).

                  My love is mainly for the Cheesy Jalapeno variety. I can eat bags. White Cheddar pretty good too. Butter flavour is just too damn salty - blech.

                  Must try Kettle.

                  1. re: magic

                    I agree. Cheesy Jalepeno was by far the clear front runner......but now there's Kettle!

                    1. re: magic

                      Have you ever tried the butter or caramel flavour.. They are listed at the back of the small bags but I can't find a place in the north York area that has those flavours

                      1. re: WaqaasM786

                        Yes, I've tried the butter and found it too salty for me.

                        Haven't tried the caramel.

                        Both varieties are widely available, perhaps you've just been unlucky? Can't think of a specific place off the top of my head that carries them but I know I've seen them around plenty.

                        Good luck!