Aus­tralia’s first 4 star pop­corn

The Australian Education Reporter - - GREAT LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS -

HEALTH and Nutri­tion is now a dom­i­nant theme which in­flu­ences po­lit­i­cal and so­cial trends, in­clud­ing buyer be­hav­iour within the gro­cery and snack food mar­ket.

Con­sumers and reg­u­la­tory bod­ies are seek­ing nat­u­ral, healthy, nu­tri­tional al­ter­na­tives to re­place ‘tra­di­tional’ snack-food choices that are of­ten high in sat­u­rated fats, sodium, kilo­joules, and price.

Koala Pop Korn (KPK) is a niche player in the pop­corn in­dus­try, of­fer­ing a higher fi­bre and lower fat healthy snack-food op­tions with a bet­ter nu­tri­tional makeup than many of its potato and corn-based com­pe­ti­tion.

Es­tab­lished in 1990 from a corn farm­ing back­ground, KPK was one of Aus­tralia’s first pop­ping corn grow­ers for the Depart­ment of Agri­cul­ture and uses all nat­u­ral, gluten free flavours and hot air pop­ping to cre­ate the per­fect snack.

Koala Pop Korn mar­kets pack­aged, ready-to-eat pop­corn in 25g bags for in­di­vid­ual sale in a range of all nat­u­ral flavours in­clud­ing, Tra­di­tional Salted, Chicken, B.B.Q, Sweet n Salty, and Sweet Chilli.

Gov­ern­men­tal nu­tri­tional guide­lines have been in­tro­duced across the NSW school can­teen mar­ket, with other States sure to soon fol­low, which means many of Koala Pop Korn’s not-so-healthy com­peti­tors have to be with­drawn from sale by 2019.

Koala Pop Korn’s prod­ucts fall within these pol­icy ex­clu­sion­ary guide­lines and will con­tinue to be avail­able for sale in all school can­teens across Aus­tralia.

Only all nat­u­ral and Aus­tralian prod­ucts are used in the Koala Pop Korn range to meet all can­teen re­quire­ments.

Koala Pop Korn has the right prod­uct and man­u­fac­tur­ing process to of­fer par­ents and con­cerned cus­tomers with a healthy snack al­ter­na­tive for can­teens and sport­ing events.

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Koala Pop Korn 4 Star Rated can­teen range uses only all nat­u­ral flavours.

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