GERALd Kims’ corns are set to be set up at the convenience store in Boone, North Carolina.
The news comes less than a week after Kims corns were purchased by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.
It comes less then a week following a report that the Boone store had been hit by a fire.
The fire was quickly put out.
The store is located at 928 North High Street in Boone.
Kimms corners are the smallest type of corns, meaning they only measure about one inch in length.
They can be used for baby formula, as well as other household goods.
BJC says the convenience stores are in compliance with their code of ethics.
“The Boone County Commissioners have been in discussions with the Boone Sheriff’s Department to see if they have any additional information regarding this issue,” BJC spokeswoman Kristine Sperling said in a statement.
According to the Boone Daily News, the corns have been placed in a box, but they are still being inspected and will be allowed to remain in the box.
On Saturday, Kims Corns in Boone closed its doors.
In May, Kim’s Corns announced they would be closing their doors.