Review: 479 Degrees Popcorn

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479 Degree Popcorn Review - Certified Gluten-free!


This month, 479° Popcorn sent me a variety of their popcorn flavors to try. What a fun item to review! Our family LOVES popcorn and I feel like it is a great way to get more fiber into our gluten-free diet.

479° Popcorn is certified gluten-free, which is important to me. Of course popcorn is naturally gluten-free, but you never know what companies are putting in the toppings or manufacturing on the same equipment. The gluten-free certification definitely puts me at ease and I’m so glad this company has gone through the process to get the certification.

We tried 6 different varieties of their popcorn. We also shared several flavors with a group one night and I got opinions from everyone there.

I’m ranking the flavors in the order my family and friends liked them:

  1. (Tie) Creamery Butter; Sea Salt Caramel
  2. (Tie) Heirloom Popcorn + Sea Salt; Chipotle Caramel with Pumpkin Seeds
  3. Herb
  4. White Cheddar + Black Truffle

They have a variety of other flavors, some seasonal, including Asiago, Parmesan and Cheddar (I’d love to try that one) and Pumpkin Pecan Praline! Really, something for everyone!

You can buy all of the flavors of 479 Degrees Popcorn at Amazon in a variety of bag sizes, from individual serving sized bags to large bags with enough for the whole family for movie night!

Let me know if you try any of the varieties and what your favorite flavor is.

*Disclosure: I did receive this product to facilitate my review, these opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person. Some links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here. If you do decide to purchase something at Amazon after following my link, I receive a small commission, at no additional cost to you, which I use to pay for web hosting and services for this blog.

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