Since 1900, John Copes Toasted Dried Sweet Corn has been a unique and favored family tradition rich with Pennsylvania Dutch history. Although available since the 1900’s, John Copes Toasted Dried Sweet Corn gained popularity during President Eisenhower's term of office. Legend has it that it was a popular ingredient for meals served in the White House. Today, John Copes product graces countless dinner tables year round and is a favored Thanksgiving tradition for many.

Originally founded by Martin Cope, the grandfather of John F. Cope, the company continued to grow adding additional products and continuing on as a family business in beautiful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Each generation carried on the quality and tradition first introduced in 1900 by producing their products with the same processes originally introduced by Martin Cope. Corn used for the John Cope line of products are selected during the height of the growing season when the natural sugars and flavors are at their best to ensure only the highest quality to the buyer.
 
       
       
 
 
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