Accidentally Vegan: Rite-Aid “Simplify” Kettle Corn!

This week’s Accidentally Vegan feature is….  Rite-Aid “Simplify” Kettle Corn!

Shared by Retta Flagg



Thanks to our friend Retta Flagg, we actually found vegan kettle corn!  This vegan kettle corn is just like you remember:  fluffy popcorn with the perfect blend of salty and sweet caramel flavor.  It was so super yummy that we triple checked the ingredients, and the sweet coating is really just made with vegetable oils and sugar.  They’re not even using high fructose corn syrup – yay!!!

It appears to be Rite-Aid’s private label brand, so you should be able to get it at Rite-Aid stores throughout the US.  What a lucky find!

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2 Responses to “Accidentally Vegan: Rite-Aid “Simplify” Kettle Corn!”

  1. Rebecca says:

    Hi Debra,

    That’s a very good question. Unfortunately, companies are not required to list if they use GMO corn. Since the label doesn’t say anything, we really don’t know.

    If you do decide to contact Rite-Aid, would you be willing to add another comment and share your findings with the community? We’d love to know! Thanks for bringing this up. It certainly is an important issue.

    All the best,

  2. Debra says:

    This is awesome and im eating it right now. But one of my concerns…. is the corn organic or a GMO byproduct. There is too much controversy regarding corn/GMO. I was trying to find out who to contact for this. Do I write to Rite Aid directly????

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