Nun Better Beer Cheddar Popcorn

Item #4351
Shipping Wt. 1.00 lbs.
Availability: In Stock

From The Sisters of the Holy Spirit
in Cleveland, Ohio
NUN BETTER® BEER CHEDDAR POPCORN


The Sisters of the Holy Spirit have teamed up with Campbell's Sweets Factory to offer this popcorn to help support the Sisters and their ministry, The Jennings Center for Older Adults in Cleveland, Ohio.

Uniquely satisfying Beer Cheddar Popcorn is flavored with premium aged cheddar cheeses and real beer extract for a taste that's crisp and savory. A delicious game-day snack, and a must try for the beer lover in your life.

Non-GMO popcorn. Contains 7-8 cups, net wt. 3.5 oz. / 99 g

Ingredients: Popcorn, Beer Flavoring (natural beer flavor, brown sugar, salt, sugar, autolyzed yeast extract, natural flavors, onion powder, red bell pepper, disodium inosinate & guanylate), Popcorn Oil (corn oil, artificial butter flavor, beta carotene), Vegetable Oil (soybean oil, palm oil), Dehydrated Cheddar Cheese (milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes, yellow 5 & 6, lactic acid, soybean lecithin), Beer Extract (maltodextrin, beer (malted barley, corn syrup, hops, yeast (gluten). Contains milk & soy

Produced in a facility that handles peanuts and/or tree nuts.
Sisters of the Holy Spirit: Garfield Heights, Ohio

The Sisters of the Holy Spirit of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland have provided health care and supportive services to seniors at the Jennings Center for Older Adults since 1942. Although small in number, this group of women has had a powerful impact on the lives of thousands of elders for over 60 years.

The order was founded by Mother Josephine (Barbara Timofieff Finatowicz, 1861-1936). Born in Russia to an aristocratic Orthodox family, she became a convert to Roman Catholicism and entered a Carmelite monastery in Rome. She dreamed of establishing a community devoted to the Holy Spirit and dedicated to the service of the Church in its areas of greatest need. She and her sisters worked in Italy, Russia, Dalmatia, and Poland taking care of the sick, the elderly, the poor, orphans and abandoned children. In 1922 she settled in Cleveland, where, in 1932, the order was officially established.