Kettle corn has come a long way from the county fairs and flea markets. Eager to play up the sensible side of many indulgent foods, manufacturers have given a healthful makeover to this snack that, during colonial times, was made using pig lard and molasses. These days, mainstream companies like Jolly Time and niche brands are reformulating kettle corn, reducing the fat and sodium while still keeping it sweet enough. Others are going the all-natural route and playing up kettle corn's ...
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