Across the U.S., there are beloved crops with names that celebrate where they’re grown. Georgia has Vidalia onions. New Mexico has Hatch green chiles. And a small pocket of rural Colorado has Olathe sweet corn — known for its sugary, fresh taste.
Colorado Public Radio Stina Sieg takes us to a harvest.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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