Husk farmers primarily grow Providence sweet corn—a non-GMO sweet corn variety—that is bi-color just like Grandma made. Husk Sweet Corn is grown in Indiana soils and climate, ideal for a deliciously sweet sweet corn.
As you drive down the interstate and see field after field of corn, chances are you’re looking at field corn, not sweet corn. Sweet corn is harder to grow. It’s more labor-intensive to harvest. It requires special preservation to enjoy year round. And that’s what we take pride in providing for you.