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Organic Corn: GMO-Free
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Organic Heirloom Cornmeal and Whole Kernel Corn

Organic Heirloom Corn Fresh from the Farm!

Tropical Traditions brings you Pride of the North organic heirloom corn! Pride of the North organic corn is an open-pollinated, heirloom corn that has been acclimatized and propagated to the rolling hills of western Wisconsin for over 20 years. Grown on small Amish family farms, it is husked and shelled by hand much the same way as it was done 100 years ago. This organic heirloom cornmeal and whole kernel corn is shipped to you direct from the farm, ensuring that the cornmeal has been freshly ground by hand prior to shipping it to you. If you have your own grinder or mill, order the whole kernel corn which stores longer, and make it yourself!

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Organic corn shielded by a ridge and forest far from GM crops on other farms.

Organic Corn that is Truly GMO-free

Pride of the North organic heirloom corn is grown on small family farms with buffer zones, ensuring that the places where the corn is planted is not downwind from any other conventional corn fields that may be using genetically modified seeds. Watch the video below from one of the farms to see an example of how this certified organic corn is grown, and how they ensure proper buffer zones are in place to prevent cross contamination from other farms. The extra care they take is far beyond what is required by current USDA organic standards. Current organic standards do not require any special buffer zones for the growing of organic corn, therefore much of the supply of certified organic corn in the U.S. could possibly be contaminated by GMO cross pollination.

Our farmers have told us many stories about how their farm animals, such as chickens, prefer Pride of the North corn over other varieties. In addition, wild deer in the area will go right through neighboring corn fields without eating it in order to reach the farms growing Pride of the North organic heirloom corn.

Organic Corn Grown on Small Bio-diverse farms Practicing Traditional and Sustainable Farming Methods

As the video below shows, Pride of the North organic heirloom corn is not grown in mono-crop fields, like the ones that are typically seen while driving through the Midwest section of the US where one can see rows and rows of nothing but corn. Our organic heirloom corn is grown on bio-diverse farms that include other crops, along with farm animals that graze the fields, or pastured chickens that provide our soy-free eggs.  Since this is an organic heirloom corn, some corn is saved each year as seed stock for next year's planting.

The area of Wisconsin where this organic heirloom corn grows is known as the "driftless" area. This is the same area where our pastured poultry, grass-fed beef, and grass-fed lamb, originates from. It is called the "driftless" area because glaciers drifted around this area during the glacial period. As a result, this area is unique and consists of rolling hills and valleys that the early settlers of Wisconsin recognized as having rich soil for grass and crops. The harsh winters allow for the natural death of organic plant life that returns nutrient rich organic matter to the soil each year. We personally visit and tour these farms every summer (see video below). We believe this is some of the finest organic corn you will find anywhere!

Try our Pride of the North organic heirloom corn today
and experience how real corn is supposed to taste!

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Note: Produce items are shipped directly from the farm on Monday through Wednesday each week. Combine with other Wisconsin farm products into one shipment! These products cannot be shipped to APO, FPO, or DPO military addresses.

Organic Heirloom Cornmeal
Note:
Milled on equipment that also processes wheat.
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3 lbs.
Retail: $14.35
Now: $10.75
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Organic Heirloom Cornmeal
Note: Milled on equipment that also processes wheat.
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8 lbs.
Retail: $38.20
Now: $22.15
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Organic Heirloom Whole Kernel Corn
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3 lbs.
Retail: $15.00
Now: $11.25
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Organic Popcorn
Lady Finger Open Pollinated Rainbow Popcorn

Try also our Lady Finger Open Pollinated Rainbow Popcorn! This organic heirloom popcorn is grown on the same family farms in western Wisconsin with the same buffer zones to prevent cross contamination. Lean more about this organic heirloom popcorn here.

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2 lb. bag (32 oz.)
Retail: $13.00
Now: $9.99

Organic Farm Produce

Note: Farm produce shipments from the farmers incur a separate shipping charge. Find more organic farm produce here from our Wisconsin Farmers and save on shipping!

Organic Corn Starch

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Need organic corn starch?
We carry Rapunzel Organic Corn Starch (shipped from our main warehouse in Nevada):

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8 oz.
Retail: 3.99
Now: $3.59

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