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Shagbark Wapsie Valley Polenta Corn
Grown by Klein & Sons Organic Farm, Wyandot County
Polenta, the national staple of Italy, is a great way to enjoy the one-of-a-kind flavor of Ohio-grown Organic Wapsie Valley corn. When corn reached Italy in the 1600s, from “The New World”, it quickly became the food all peasants subsisted on for centuries (see the film, The House of Wooden Clogs!). Before that, polenta, or pulmentum, was made by Roman soldiers from barley, spelt, and millet.
Shagbark Seed & Mill has been offering Ohio-grown, Certified Organic dry beans and freshly milled grains since 2010. Not only are we creating markets for our family farm partners with restaurants, schools, bakeries, and home kitchens throughout our region, we are changing the face of milled products–a change you can taste! We offer the freshest products available because we mill to order every week in Athens! Our partnerships with local bakeries and tortillerias help produce Shagbark's 100% Spelt Pasta, Fresh Corn Tortillas, Original Tortilla Chips, Black Bean & Corn Tortilla Chips, and Cornbread Crackers.
And Shagbark’s milling and seed-cleaning hub is Certified Organic (by OEFFA). Farming under Organic Certification means active crop rotations, no petro-chemicals, no GMO seeds, and agricultural practices that build soil, support healthy ecosystems, and protect water.
We also offer rock-bottom pricing to school and community food access programs and sponsor the Ohio Paw Paw Festival, the Nelsonville Music Festival, local camps, summer art programs, coal town tours, and activists in our region.