Below are some frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions or inquiries regarding GloriAnn Farms produce, please click here to contact us.
Is your product GMO?
Our growers use seeds that have not been genetically engineered. If you would like more information, please contact us here.
How are you able to offer fresh sweet corn year-round?
At GloriAnn Farms, we have long-standing, established relationships with our contract growers in all growing regions. This strong grower base allows us to provide fresh, high quality sweet corn year-round at a competitive price. Additionally, the super sweet varieties that our growers use are specifically bred and selected for their particular growing regions.
Where does your corn come from?
Our corn is grown in Northern and Southern California and Mexico. For a more detailed look, please check out our Growing Regions page.
How can your corn have such long shelf life?
GloriAnn corn goes through a unique packaging process, allowing for up to 17 days of shelf life for our retail packs. For more information, please look at our Packaging Process page.
At what temperature should I store my corn?
We recommend the following temperature storage guidelines for our corn throughout the supply chain:
- Our facility cold rooms are set at 34°-38º Fahrenheit (1°-3° Celsius).
- Our freight companies are instructed to maintain 34°-38º Fahrenheit (1°-3° Celsius) at all times.
- We recommend our retail outlets display our corn in the ‘wet rack’ with their misters turned off. Product not on display should be refrigerated.
- We recommend our foodservice outlets store our corn between 34°-38º Fahrenheit (1°-3° Celsius) at all times.
- We recommend our customers keep their product refrigerated until ready to cook.
How do I cook corn?
Please check out our Recipes page for instructions on how to cook corn and some delicious recipes for our GloriAnn corn.
Can I freeze corn?
Yes. Just place it in a freezer safe bag and it will last for quite some time. The longer you leave the corn in the freezer, the more likely you are to lose a little flavor, but for the most part it should retain its sweetness.