The Jonas Brothers are one of the most recognizable bands in pop culture. Even so, you might be surprised to learn that the band helped launch Rob’s Backstage Popcorn.
With the name Rob’s Backstage Popcorn, that seems to make a bit more sense but let’s go back for a minute. The Jonas Brothers weren’t always what they are today and that’s where we have to start with Rob’s Backstage Popcorn.
The product began with Rob Garbowsky who is the father of former bass player for the Jonas Brothers, Greg Garbowsky. Greg is now a member of the band’s management team and a long-time friend of the band. From there, the magic truly began.
The Jonas Brothers had Rob’s famous popcorn as a backstage treat and then decided to work together to create a snack for everyone to share. If you’re not a Jonas Brothers fan, you might have no idea about this snack but it’s worth checking out.
Celebrate the new Jonas Brothers album with Rob’s Backstage Popcorn.
While it might seem like a bit of an odd partnership, this is honestly a match made in heaven. I am a huge Jonas Brothers fan so obviously I’ve been dying to try this. Once I got my hands on it, I couldn’t put it down. The first variety was the “Original Sweet & Salty” which is exactly as it sounds.
You get that taste of classic movie theater-buttered popcorn with something extra. I feel like it tastes a little like carrot or pepper which gives it a unique flavor. If you’re looking to try Rob’s Backstage Popcorn, then I’d suggest trying this one first but the brand has since expanded into other flavors.
Some of the other flavors featured in the lineup are “Kelly’s Classic BBQ,” “Priyanka’s Mumbai Nights” and now, White Cheddar. Regardless of which flavor you decide to pick up, you’ll be happy to know that these can be purchased at stores such as Walmart or Sam’s Club.
Even if you’re not a Jonas Brothers fan, I think Rob’s Backstage Popcorn is worth giving a try as it might surprise you. It’s also vegan, gluten-free, and GMO-free. As shared by Rob’s site, it’s also Jonas Brothers approved which I’m sure is a stamp of approval for some.
What do you think, Guilty Eaters? Will you be trying out Rob’s Backstage Popcorn this weekend?