| Our vegetables are GMO-free Green Giant only uses GMO-free seeds when we grow our vegetables. Some of the ingredients in our sauces and spicy products may contain GMOs.
We have grown up. Most of our corn comes from Minnesota, from the rest of the Pacific Northwest. We have developed our own hybrid seeds for sweet corn. This seed is unique to us and we believe it will produce the best sweet corn for you.
Many frozen products are heavily processed. Look for the top five ingredients for your ears and avoid frozen foods that contain them, unless they are labeled organic and not genetically modified. Fortunately, many frozen fruits and vegetables contain no other additives, making them a good choice.
Giant green plant spirals are gluten-free and have no sauce or spices, so you can make them however you want!
Place the contents in a saucepan and bring to the boil. Ambient microwave. Pour the contents into a saucepan, cover and heat for 12 minutes.
Our frozen vegetables are packaged in: Illinois, California, Minnesota, Idaho, Washington and Mexico. Our canned vegetables also go through the canning process where they are grown: in Minnesota, Idaho, Wisconsin, New York, the Netherlands and Peru.
Corn is rich in fiber and botanicals that can aid digestion and healthy eyes. However, it is rich in starch, can raise blood sugar levels and, when consumed in excess, prevents weight loss. The safety of GM maize can also be a cause for concern. However, in moderation, corn can be part of a healthy diet.
When Mr. Burnett opened his agency in 1935, Minnesota Valley was one of his first clients. The Burnett agency quickly added the word Jolly to the giant’s name, and in 1950 Minnesota Valley changed its name to Green Giant Co.
Our frozen vegetables are packaged in: Illinois, California, Minnesota, Idaho, Washington and Mexico. Our canned vegetables also go through the canning process near where they are grown: in Minnesota, Idaho, Wisconsin, New York, the Netherlands and Peru.
He’s not really a giant, guys. When Green Giant launched the ad in 1928, it also put people off. Originally made from dirty bearskin, Ad Age said it looked more like the Incredible Hulk than the great old gardener he is today. Personally, I never thought he was a gardener.
|Call of sweet corn|
|Type||Zea mays convar. saccharata var. wrinkled|