Marks and Spencer Sweet & Salty Popcorn 6pk (90g)

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  • Gluten-Free
  • Vegetarian
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Product information

Can't choose between sweet and salty? Get both together in this M&S popcorn multipack!

These delicious snacks are ideal for movie nights and never fail to satisfy when you're feeling a little peckish.

Made from whole popped corn kernels, there's something for everyone in this brilliant selection pack!

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products, it is also a gluten free product, and is suitable for vegetarians.


Popcorn (59%) , Sugar, Rapeseed Oil, Salt, Emulsifier: Sunflower Lecithin..

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5 starsRobert from Poland on

Marks and spencer sweet and salty popcorn is a match made in heaven with the sweetness and the satiness going together extremely well!! And they are perfectly portioned in an individual serving the whole family enjoy this product and the kids take them to school in their lunch box but i dont know if they wait until lunchtime before they eat them

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