- DescriptionSun-gold, sweet, crunchy perfection, with crisp, milky kernels that burst when bitten. Corn is a native American crop that's really a grass. It has grown on our continent for tens of thousands of years. We love this classic simply boiled and slathered in butter.Origin
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CORN & CUCUMBERSStoring Corn
Try to use corn as soon as possible after purchase; but if you can't, it should keep for 1 or 2 days in the refrigerator.
If you like corn off the cob, you can slice the uncooked kernels off the ear and freeze them in an airtight container for up to 6 months. This is a great way to stretch the taste of summer far into the fall.
Refrigerating cucumbers extends their life for about a week, especially if you store them unwashed and loosely wrapped in a plastic bag. If possible, try to use them right away it's the bursting juiciness of crisp cukes that makes them so special.
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- Green Cucumberapprox. 7oz$0.69/ea
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