Difference between Sweet Corn and Field Corn?

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The primary difference between field corn and sweet corn lies in its use and taste. Field corn is often used as livestock feed. It is also used to make processed foods and in industrial products. Field corn is also known as dent corn. Field corn can be white or yellow. Sweet corn can be canned, frozen, or eaten on a cob. Sweet corn is not commonly used in flour or for feed. Sweet corn gets its sweetness from the natural sugars it can be canned or frozen for future consumption.
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