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Corn Kernels /Sweet Corn

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Corn Kernels /Sweet Corn

Corn is a staple food, one of the most commonly eaten and grown in the world. Corn is naturally gluten-free, and are loaded with important vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help your health in a number of ways.


Product Description Individually Quick Frozen Sweet Corn
Origin India
General Description IQF corn is produced from fresh, mature corn cobs by de husking, slitting, inspecting, deseeding, washing, blanching and freezing to give a free flowing product

Physical parameters

Defects Limits (Average per 1000gm)-Frozen
Foreign Matter Nil
Dehydration 2%
Cut kernels 3%
Brix 1142° B

Sensory Analysis

Color Light to golden yellow kernels
Appearance Frozen kernels, free from defects.
Flavor Sweet characteristic flavor.
Texture Tender.

Microbiological Values

m M
Aerobic plate count 500,000/g 1,500,000/g
Total Coliforms 1000/g 10,000/g
E.Coli 10/g 100/g
Yeast and Moulds 1000/g 5000/g
Staphylococcus Aureaus 10/g 100/g
Salmonella(25g) Absent/25g Absent/25g

m = the microbiological limit which separates good quality from marginally acceptable quality
M = the microbiological limit which separates marginally acceptable quality from defective quality

Nutrition Information

Serving Size 1 Cup (182 g)

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0%
Saturated Fat 0%
Cholesterol 0%
Sodium 0%
Potassium 0%
Total Carbohydrate 5%
Dietary Fiber 4%
Protein 4%
Vitamin C 6%
Iran 0%
Vitamin 86 0%
Magnesium 0%
Calcium 0%
Vitamin D 0%
Cobalamin 0%
Vitamin A 3%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

One large ear of corn is roughly equal to about 1 cup of individual kernels. A large 1-ear serving of corn has:
Calories 123
Protein 4.6 grams
Fat 1.9 grams
Carbohydrates 26.7 grams
Fiber 2.9 grams
Sugar 9 grams

Uses and Benefits

Corn is a great source of potassium, an essential nutrient that many Americans don’t get enough of. Potassium helps regulate the circulatory system, maintaining adequate blood flow and a strong heartbeat. Low potassium levels may lead to a potentially serious condition called hypokalemia. 

  •  Eye Health – Corn contains lutein, a carotenoid similar to vitamin A that’s more commonly found in fruits and vegetables. Lutein is known for lowering the risk of macular degeneration, cataracts, and other eye conditions.
  • Digestive Health – Corn is high in dietary fiber, which is necessary for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Fiber is the bulk in plant-based foods that your body doesn’t digest. Although it’s indigestible, the fiber in corn offers many other advantages, like regulating bowel movements, managing blood sugar levels, and more.