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20 year-old popcorn unlikely to be genetically modified

Popcorn in red and white cardboard box for cinemaI recently discovered a sealed packet of popcorn in my larder with a sell-by date of 1992. I think I had some idea at the time that you needed a special piece of equipment to actually pop the corn and so it lingered. Anyway, being desperate for a quick snack, I put some in a saucepan with a little olive oil and heated it up, whereupon it all popped beautifully. A small scattering of salt and sugar made it perfect.

I comforted myself with the thought that this snack at least had not been near any GM foods which is probably more than can be said for a lot of Tesco’s offerings:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2308369/Sainsburys-M-S-tear-Frankenfeed-ban.html

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