To all of those reading this post I would be very leary of all posts that put down the reputation of any ones pellets in the way this one does.
My name is Marc and I do all the pelleting for Branch Creek Pellets. When done with a run of pellets, we flush the pellet die with corn, about a quart of it. This allows easier start up the following run. All wood pellet manufacturing does this with some kind of substance that is easy to break-out the following run. If there was corn in the pellets then there shouldn't have been that much as we have a lever that is thrown so it doesn't go into the finish product. It is highly unlikely that these pellets got into the finish product - if there was then there would be a very small amount that got by.
Another reason to be leary about "brandon's" comments is that we don't have the information he claims on our bag. He says: "I looked at the bag and it says all natural hardwoods with no fillers". We don't have this on our bag - we say "Pure Wood-No Additives", this is all our bag has said for years.
To me, this post was obviously started to denigrate our product. For years we have a competitor that posts extremely misleading or outright false information about our product(s).
At Branch Creek, we consistently release only high quality pellets. If you have any questions about our products, please give us a call. Also, our website explains a lot about our pellets, what we do, and what other don't. It is www.bbqwoodpellets.com