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Fun Popcorn Facts . Americans consume some 16 billion quarts of this whole grain, good-for-you treat. That’s 52 quarts per man, woman, and child. .

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    1. Fun Popcorn Facts

    2. Americans consume some 16 billion quarts of this whole grain, good-for-you treat. That’s 52 quarts per man, woman, and child.

    3. Most popcorn comes in two basic shapes when it's popped: snowflake (butterfly) and mushroom. Snowflake is used in movie theaters and ballparks because it looks and pops bigger. Mushroom is used for candy confections because it doesn't crumble.

    4. Popping popcorn is one of the number one uses for microwave ovens. Most microwave ovens have a "popcorn" control button.

    5. "Popability" is popcorn lingo that refers to the percentage of kernels that pop.

    6. How high popcorn kernels can pop? Up to 3 feet in the air.

    7. If you made a trail of popcorn from New York City to Los Angeles, you would need more than 352,028,160 popped kernels!

    8. The world’s largest popcorn ball was created by volunteers in Sac City, Iowa in February, 2009. It weighed 5,000 lbs., stood over 8 ft. tall, and measured 28.8 ft. in circumference.