Cinemark Theatres is a chain of movie theatres with headquarters in Plano, Texas. It’s the third-largest theatre chain in the United States, according to the National Association of Theatre Owners. Cinemark cooks its own popcorn at the theater, using commercial popcorn machines and use non-hydrogenated canola oil.
Cinemark.com provides nutritional information on Cinemark movie theater popcorn. This information applies to a junior-size bag of popcorn with no butter. A junior bag contains about 4 cups of popcorn.
A serving of Cinemark movie theater popcorn contains 200 calories, which is equal to 9.5 percent of the daily value, or DV, for total calories. Carbohydrates provide 88 calories, proteins account for 12 calories and fat contributes the remaining 99 calories.
Cinemark popcorn has 22 grams of total carbohydrates, which consists of 18 grams of complex carbohydrates and 4 grams of digestible fiber. This provides 5.7 percent of the DV for total carbohydrates and 16 percent of the DV for fiber. Cinemark popcorn contains no simple sugars.
Fat and Protein
A junior bag of Cinemark popcorn contains 11 grams total fat, including 10 grams of unsaturated fat and 1 gram saturated fat. This provides 16.5 percent of the DV for total fat and 5 percent of the DV for saturated fat. Cinemark popcorn contains no trans fat or cholesterol. A serving of Cinemark popcorn also has 3 grams of protein, or 6 percent of the DV for protein.
Vitamins and Minerals
Cinemark popcorn has 190 milligrams of sodium, which is almost 10 percent of the recommendation of 1,500 milligrams per day noted by the American Heart Association. If you have no health issues, the recommended sodium intake is less than 2,300 milligrams per day. Cinemark popcorn contains no calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin A or vitamin C.