Corn Derivatives

This is the primary ingredient for making corn oil and one of the important additives of animal fodder. Corn germ is a unadulterated source of considerable essential nutrients namely folic acid, phosphorus, thiamin, zinc, and magnesium, essential fatty acids, fatty alcohols and fiber. It also contains an extensive range of amino acids and is enriched with vitamin Е (tocopherol), beta-sitostiron and phytin.

Corn Germ – This is the primary ingredient for making corn oil and one of the important additives of animal fodder. Corn germ is a unadulterated source of considerable essential nutrients namely folic acid, phosphorus, thiamin, zinc, and magnesium, essential fatty acids, fatty alcohols and fiber. It also contains an extensive range of amino acids and is enriched with vitamin Е (tocopherol), beta-sitostiron and phytin.

Corn Gluten – Also known as an organic herbicide, it is a byproduct of corn milling process. This natural protein is ideal as plant food. Corn gluten products present a non-toxic, yet effective alternative to traditional, chemical-based feed products & for weed control in gardens and pathways.

Corn Fiber – Corn fiber is produced through the enzymatic hydrolysis of cornstarch. A low viscos product is water soluble and stable under heat. Corn fibers are present in extensive variations of prepared foods, beverages, condiments, cereals, baked goods, candy, dairy products, frozen foods, soups, salad dressings, fruit drinks, carbonated beverages, meal replacement drinks, and flavored water.