Will it Pop? 45 Year Old Popcorn (#10 Can / Long Term Food Storage )

Ever wonder if that “emergency food” in #10 cans will still be good after 30, 40, or even 45 years? Well, here you go! We found an old food storage can of popcorn from 1975 and decided to see if it would pop!

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