iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer3133050 on Feb 02, 2009
Tastes great and almost all the kernels pop
Posted by Reviewer2798027 on Nov 01, 2007
I herb is the only place I can find organic popcorn and I like Now Foods products.
Posted by Reviewer2668101 on Feb 05, 2008
Posted by Reviewer2744632 on Jul 09, 2010
We've tried several different brands for we like good popcorn and eat it often. This is very tasty, crisp and organic so it is better for us.
Posted by 5030578093968175028 on Sep 06, 2014
90% popped. Im gonna try again.
Posted by Reviewer2607044 on Jan 20, 2014
A little disappointed with this item. The popcorn pops up smaller than other popcorn and will burn quicker in a hot air popper. As far as taste, it's okay but nothing extraordinary and it seems to have more hard pieces after popping. Hoping to find an organic non-gmo popcorn that gives better results.
Posted by hagelbagel on Mar 27, 2012
found this expensive. popped nice. one of those things better purchased from your local organic store.
Half of them popped
Posted by Reviewer2995970 on Jan 19, 2012
Unfortunately these popcorn kernels are so lightweight that half of them blew out of my Presto hot air popper before they had a chance to pop. As an experiment I purchased one bag each of two other brands of organic popcorn from iHerb: one by Eden Foods and the other by Arrowhead Mills. Both of those worked fine in my popper. If you're not using a hot air popper -- or if you're using one that doesn't blow as forcefully as mine -- then the Now brand popcorn should work fine for you. Otherwise opt for the other brands.
Pops fine and orgarnic
Posted by Reviewer1513084 on Oct 19, 2009
A good price and certified organic. I pop mine in a covered, large, stainless steel frying pan WITHOUT OIL! Use low heat, cover, and just wait till they begin popping then press lid to add pressure, shake occasionally so they won't burn. Then use olive oil and rock salt if desired, Yummy!
Posted by Reviewer1057735 on Mar 29, 2008
Huskey didn't pop well!