Popcorn seasoning shakes up new packaging
Kernel Season’s popcorn seasoning reveals new look for its crave-able flavors at summer fancy food show
For over a decade, Kernel Season’s™ has played a starring role in the nation’s popcorn eating habits, vowing to rid America of naked popcorn. Today, Kernel Season’s continues to keep things popping as it unveils a new look and fresh take on its all natural, premium line of sweet, savory and bold popcorn seasonings!
The full-line packaging refresh features bolder colors and an updated logo, highlighting the irresistible flavors and high-quality popcorn products consumers have come to love and expect from Kernel Season’s. Whether it’s oil, air or microwave popped popcorn; Kernel Season’s offers a wide variety of shake-on seasonings and premium flavor enhancers to create endless, healthy snacking occasions.
“Over the past thirteen years, we’ve celebrated many great moments in Kernel Season’s history from new seasonings to greater expansion at retail and movie theaters nationwide,” says Brian Taylor, founder and president of Kernel Season’s. “Today, we’ve reached another milestone with the re-launch of Kernel Season’s. Our fun personality and exciting seasoning blends are now reflected on our packaging for all to see!”
For those health conscious snackers looking to shake things up without sacrificing taste, Kernel Season’s adds a guilt-free burst of flavor to one of America’s favorite good-for-you snacks. Kernel Season’s Popcorn Seasonings are made with all natural blends and real ingredients and contain zero fat, five calories or less per serving, no MSG and 56% less sodium than other popcorn seasoning products.
In addition to the popular gourmet seasonings, popcorn fans can turn to Kernel Season’s for all their popcorn popping needs. From premium popcorn kernels to butter spritzer and oil for popping and topping, Kernel Season’s has everything needed to make the naturally delicious snack at home. All Kernel Season’s products are certified Kosher (CRC-Chicago Rabbinical Council) and gluten-free by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG).