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hat makes Olathe (pronounced oh-LAY-thuh) corn so tasty that King Soopers takes out radio ads announcing its arrival in the produce aisles and Delta County hosts an Olathe Sweet Corn Festival every August? Just ask John Harold, owner of the Tuxedo Corn Co. He’s been growing Olathe corn since a farmer named Dave Galinat developed it in the 1980s, and in 1987 he trademarked the name “Olathe

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