5,600 AGE, IN YEARS, OF POPCORN EARS FOUND IN CAVES IN NEW MEXICO
400 to 460 Degrees that are the ideal popping temperature
70 Percentage of popcorn eaten at home (remainder at theaters, stadiums, etc.)
54 Average number of quarts of popcorn eaten annually by each American (more than in any other country)
122 Calories in 1 cup popcorn, oil-popped
102 Calories in 1 tablespoon butter
31 Calories in 1 cup popcorn, home-popped, hot air, no fat
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