Moody took the tour outside, pausing in front of the company’s storage units containing leftover husks. Instead of discarding its organic material, Husk donates the shells of the corn to farmers who use them as livestock feed.
Eating was encouraged as demonstrations took place.
Behind the Scenes: A Tour of Husk Foods
Husk Foods, headquartered in Greenfield, is leaving fans vegeta–bowled over. Hardly the tinny canned kernels you hid under your mashed potatoes, the super-sweet corn this company processes at its eastside plant grows within 30 miles of where it’s packaged and gets frozen within six hours. We took a tour to see how the sausage butternut squash is made.