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At Agrilicious.org we believe that eating Locally Grown and Organic foods like local Cornsilk provides a significant variety of benefits. Studies have shown that locally sourced and organic foods have more nutrients, including antioxidants, than traditionally grown foods. Studies also show that people who have allergies to foods or preservatives often find their symptoms lessen or go away all together when they eat only locally sourced and organic foods! Find locally sourced Cornsilk and more at local farms in your neighborhood today at Agrilicious.org.
Kiona's Farm'acy, Food Hub/Co-Op
Merced, CA
Vine - Ripened, Sustainable, Grass - Fed, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown
Cornsilk, Seeds, Nursery Stock, Herb Plants, Fresh, Essential Oil, Culinary, Bundles, Buds, Angustifolia, Honey Sticks, Honey, Candles, Beeswax, Bee Pollen, Oat
Watkinsville, GA
Other, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown
Live Plant, Other, Jams, Fruit Preserves, Jellies, Thyme, Peppermint, Parsley, Oregano, Elderberry, Dill, Dandelion, Cornsilk, Cilantro, Chives, Basil
Lincolnton, NC
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Cornsilk, Wheat, Cranberries, Silk, Apples, Butter, Butters, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Ham, Corn, Avocados, Honey, Bananas, Black Tea, Green Tea, Grapes, Goose, Rice
South Plainfield, NJ
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Cornsilk, Burdock, Deli, Cabbage, Mustard, Wheat, Cherries, Carrots, Cranberries, Apricots, Angelica, Celery, Silk, Astragalus, Apples, Artichokes, Apricot, Ham
Eugene, OR
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Cornsilk, Burdock, Deli, Mustard, Wheat, Tinctures, Sheep, Citron, Alfalfa, Angelica, Celery, Silk, Chili Peppers, Astragalus, Artichokes, Butter, Barley, Ham
Eugene, OR
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Cornsilk, Burdock, Deli, Tinctures, Alfalfa, Angelica, Silk, Astragalus, Artichokes, Ham, Corn, Oats, Basil, Black Cohosh, Blue Vervain, Garlic, Ginger, Hops
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