Popcorn, that timeless snack, is starting to look pretty timely. Restaurants like Denver-based Linger are serving it up as an appetizer and as a way to add texture to dishes like grilled tilapia. Manufacturers, too, have discovered the versatility of the light, airy snack food. Angie’s, Quinn Popcorn, 479 Degrees and Popcorn, Indiana are just a few of the companies offering products with edgy flavors like ginger sesame caramel, and Vermont maple and sea salt. “It has that ...

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