Sweet corn grown in Pennsylvania is usually available from early July to the end of September. Sweet corn comes in different kernels color (yellow, white, and bicolor). Corn's color does not have any correlation with its sugar content (sweetness) contrary to popular belief. In general, freshly picked sweet corn loses about half of its sweetness within 24 hours. After a couple of days, nearly all of its sweetness is gone and it becomes unpalatably starchy. So when possible, buy locally grown, freshly picked corn, since the shorter the time between farm to table, the better the flavor. Contact our store for availability.