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 What kind of corn is Act II popcorn made from?

Answer Act II microwave popcorn, produced by ConAgra Foods, is made from standard popping corn, also known as Zea mays everta. Additional ingredients include palm oil, salt, natural flavors and citric aci... Read More »
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If corn oil is made from corn, and vegetable oil is made from vegetables, what is baby oil made from?

Baby oil is 100% mineral oil. It's a petroleum based product that's actually not good at all for either our skin or baby's. It'd be better to rub on the corn oil.
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What kind of corn is used for popcorn?

Popcorn is a type of flint corn that has a soft, starchy center and a hard outer shell. When the kernels are heated, the moisture inside expands and causes them to pop. Most flint corn is grown in... Read More »
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What type of corn is used to make popcorn?

While there are six different types of corn, the only type that actually will pop under heat is called popcorn. The soft, starchy center of the kernel expands under heat until it explodes from its ... Read More »
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How much corn syrup does popcorn have left in it?

Answer None.Unflavored, unsalted popcorn is simply corn. It has identical nutrition content to corn. There is no corn syrup in corn anymore than there's maple syrup in maple trees. Corn has to be ... Read More »
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