Mackies Lightly Sea Salted Popcorn (70g)

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Mackies Lightly Sea Salted Popcorn is the perfect movie snack for your next night in!

An absolute classic, these popped corn kernels really satisfy the senses with their light dusting of sea salt.

It's yet another superior product from this trusted and beloved Scottish brand.

One of our Mackies branded products.

Allergy Advice

Free From Gluten.


Popped Corn Kernels, Rapeseed Oil, Buttersalt Flavouring (Salt, Natural Flavouring, Natural Colours: Turmeric E100, Annatto E160b).

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Suitable for Vegans, Suitable for Vegetarians.

Nutritional information

Typical Valuesper 100gper 17.5g serving (1/4 pack)
Energy (kJ)2025354
Energy (kcal)48585
of which saturates2.0g0.4g
of which sugars1g0.2g

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened, consume within one day.
  3. Pack Type: Heat Sealed.

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