The Pokémon popcorn packets weigh 80g each, compared to the usual 65g ordinary packets and cost $25 for a box of three.
Get ready to catch and eat ‘em all as Singapore popcorn brand, The Kettle Gourmet, has launched a series of Pokémon popcorn on Jul 1.
Founded in 2017 by Zac Chua, The Kettle Gourmet incorporates Singaporean flavours into gourmet popcorn. In this series, popular starter Pokémon Charmander, Bulbasaur and Squirtle, feature on the Chilli Crab, Kaya Butter Toast and Chocolate popcorn packaging respectively.
Commemorating this roll out, each popcorn package from this range weighs 80g, compared to the usual 65g.
This special popcorn line is available for purchase both online and at physical locations as a box set at $25 that includes all three flavours.
You can purchase them from The Kettle Gourmet’s website, Shopee, Redmart, Grabfood and at stores including FairPrice Finest outlets and the Pokémon Center. Enjoy free delivery if you purchase above $50 via The Kettle Gourmet’s website.
Each set also has a special collector’s card that could feature any of the four legendary Pokémons – Articuno, Zapdos, Moltress, Mewtwo – as well as the Mythical Pokémon, Mew. Consumers will be redirected to the official online Pokédex to learn about each Pokémon by scanning the QR code on the card.
To top that off, the first 10 fans who collect all five cards will be rewarded with an assorted bundle that comes with six popcorn flavours of your choice.
So to all Pokémon trainers out there, now is the time to fill yourselves with the ultimate Pokémon snack as you continue to catch Pokémon.
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