Popcornopolis rethinks a classic snack

Photo: April Corbin


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Delicious. That's the one-word description on the front of every Popcornopolis bag. It's simple, to the point ... and an understatement. At the very least, add "really, really" to the tagline. We aren't talking Jiffy Pop. We're talking unique flavors transforming popcorn from default movie fare into anytime, anywhere, no-I-am-not-sharing snacks. Flagship flavor zebra (white and dark chocolates drizzled atop caramel popcorn) makes for delicious dessert; sour cream & onion is good enough to replace the potato-chip version; you could pour milk all over cinnamon toast and eat it like cereal. And those are just three of the 20-odd preset flavors — or you can design your own. The only downside: It requires a trek to the Strip. But it's worth it. Really, really worth it.


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