Farm Facts: Sweet Corn

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Tennessee doesn’t skimp on cornfields, but much of what you see driving across the state is field corn – used for fuel and feed. Consumers tend to be more familiar with sweet corn, as it’s the kind we eat straight off the cob. Learn more:

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Sweet Corn facts

• Different from field corn, sweet corn is bred to have large, juicy kernels that contain more natural sugar for a better flavor.

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