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Corn
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Corn

$6.99  $8.296.99
6 count
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$6.99  $8.29
6 count
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Corn, a cherished summer favorite, offers a burst of sweet, juicy kernels wrapped in layers of soft golden-green husks. Each ear of corn is packed with rows of tightly aligned kernels featuring a sunny yellow hue, known for their pop of sweetness and satisfying crunch. Corn on the cob is a beloved barbecue classic, often grilled or boiled and slathered with butter, while the kernels themselves are highly versatile – perfect for succotash, relishes, cornbread, and creamy chowders. Beyond its delightful taste, corn is a source of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants, making it a nutritious addition to salads, salsas, or as a wholesome side dish.
Corn, a cherished summer favorite, offers a burst of sweet, juicy kernels wrapped in layers of soft golden-green husks. Each ear of corn is packed with rows of tightly aligned kernels featuring a sunny yellow hue, known for their pop of sweetness and satisfying crunch. Corn on the cob is a beloved barbecue classic, often grilled or boiled and slathered with butter, while the kernels themselves are highly versatile – perfect for succotash, relishes, cornbread, and creamy chowders. Beyond its delightful taste, corn is a source of fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants, making it a nutritious addition to salads, salsas, or as a wholesome side dish.
About the Producer
Cottle Organics started as a family farm in 1915 with Herbie Cottle’s great grandfather. Back then, everyone grew strawberries that were sent north. When California strawberries arrived on the East Coast, the Cottles lost their business and switched to tobacco.

In the early 2000s, the tobacco markets waned and Herbie decided to start growing certified organic crops in 2007. Organics require more energy and planning than conventional crops. For the soil, Herbie plants cover crops, uses compost, and incorporates organic fertilizers to replenish nutrients. He transplants seedlings for some crops instead of seeds to give plants a head start on weeds. Herbie even uses some biodynamic practices, like planting potatoes on dark nights to avert insects.

Herbie’s innovation and quality crops helped him become named the CFSA 2018 Farmer of the Year. Explore >
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