G.H. Cretors Sampler Pack Popcorn Review & Giveaway (US/CAN) Ends 09/25

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Made with all-natural ingredients completely free of GMO’s, artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives,G.H. Cretors signature Chicago Mix combines caramel corn and cheese corn in the same bag, offering addictive, simultaneous hits of sweet, salty, crunchy and cheesy. The caramel corn is made the old fashioned way: by hand, in copper kettles. Cane sugar, brown rice syrup (a non-GMO alternative to corn syrup with a lower glycemic impact) and real butter is heated over a flame and then stirred slowly by hand to develop its rich complex flavor and crunch

Just in case you didn’t know, popcorn and I are best friends! There’s just something about freshly popped, buttered and salted popcorn that makes my tummy so happy! Normally I am popping my own popcorn and adding flavors, but when I get in the mood for some delicious caramel corn or cheese corn it has to be perfect and usually bagged popcorn taste a little stale to me..  but when I learned of G.H. Cretors I HAD to try them out.

I was recently sent G.H. Cretors’ Sampler pack of bagged popcorn in caramel flavor, cheese flavor and Chicago Mix.


Let’s just say I was NOT disappointed! This popcorn tasted fresh and not stale whatsoever. Also, I was personally pretty excited to see that I could pronounce all of the ingredients, which is a huge plus.

When I first saw the Chicago Mix I was questioning it a little…but not long because I dove right in. It’s a mixture of both caramel and cheddar popcorn, all in one bag. I love both flavors but I never thought about mixing them. If it is true that people in Chicago started doing this first than I thank them because this stuff is pretty tasty!

The caramel corn/cheese corn has kind of sweet-salty thing going on, and boy oh boy does it work.


Although I love the Chicago Mix, I truly prefer “Just the Caramel Corn”. My kids really love “Just the Cheese Corn”. I have never saw them eat so much popcorn, usually they are not to crazy about popcorn but they have been requesting this a lot lately!

I really like that G.H. Cretors also sells “Just the Caramel Corn” and “Just the Cheese Corn” just incase you only like one or the other.

The caramel corn was nice and crunchy with just the right amount of buttery flavor and sweetness. Enough to coat the popcorn, but light enough that the caramel wasn’t to sweet.

The cheese corn tasted amazing as well, like I said it is my kids’ favorite. It is perfectly cheesy coated and was deliciously crunchy.


If you’re interested in trying out this popcorn for yourself, check the Store Locator Or you can purchase bags online from G.H. Cretors website or on Amazon.


The wonderful people at G.H. Cretors wants to offer ONE of my lucky readers the chance to win a Sampler pack of their popcorn of your own! The sampler includes: (2) 7.5oz bags of Chicago Mix, (2) 8oz bags of Just the Caramel Corn, (1) 6.5oz bag of Just the Cheese Corn. This Giveaway is open to US/CAN and will remain open until 09/25 at 11:00pm CST. Please enter using the Giveaway Tools entry form below! Good luck!


58 thoughts on “G.H. Cretors Sampler Pack Popcorn Review & Giveaway (US/CAN) Ends 09/25

  1. What an awesome giveaway. I’d love to try all of them, the caramel would be the first I tried but the Chicago sounds really intriguing with the combo of north yummy flavors and I think we would love it, popcorn is probably my favorite snack. Very excited about this giveaway, thanks for the chance to win

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