Canning Corn in 3 Easy Steps - Simple Family Preparedness (2022)

Growing crops is a fun hobby that allows you to eat fresh produce straight from your garden. Sweet corn is a delicious veggie that compliments any meal, and it’s perfect for putting in canning jars. The good news is, that you can grow as much corn as you’d like and preserve it for later.

If you want to learn more about canning, this free webinar is a great resource! Just click HERE, then press play to watch the free one-hour webinar. Then, you can click on any of the links that are on that page if you are interested in taking a full course.

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How to Can Corn at Home: Step-by-Step Tutorial

Jamie here, the Simple Family Preparedness team member who shares canning tips and recipes with you. I love corn on the cob! And there is nothing better than corn in the winter to take away the midwinter blues and remind you of a warm summer afternoon.

Canning corn will require pressure canning. If you don’t have a pressure canner yet, I highly recommend the All American Pressure Canner. Another good, but less expensive option is the Presto Pressure Canner.

You will need all your basic canning supplies, a clean environment, and great produce. For ingredients, all you will need is corn, water, and some salt.

For using your specific pressure canner, read the instructions that came with it. It will only require you to put a few quarts in your canner to start, add your jars with lids, properly attach the cover, let the steam release, let the pressure build, cook for theallotted time and then cool down.

Step One: Gather and Prep your ingredients

To start, shuck your corn cobs. I find it easier to just fold the husks back and use it as a handle while cutting the kernels off. Remove the corn silk and rinse your cobs. Next, cut the kernels off of the cob. You can use a knife, an old-fashioned corn cutter, or one of the newer versions of a corn cutter. Mine is from The Pampered Chef and I love it. It makes cutting the kernels easy and seems less messy than some of the other methods.

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Step Two: Fill your jars

Today I used the raw pack method for my corn. After cutting, I put itinto hot sterilized pint jars leaving 1-inch headspace.

At this point, you can add a 1/2 teaspoon of salt to each pint if you desire (1 t/quart). Once the jars are filled with the corn, fill them with boiling water again leaving 1″ headspace. Remove air bubbles and place lids and rings on jars.

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Step Three: Pressure can your jars

Place your jars in your pressure canner, position and attach your lid, and proceed per your canner’s instructions. Pints of corn require cooking for 55 minutes(1 hour 25 min for quarts). Once your canner has cooled, remove your lid and jars. Let your jars cool and check the tops to make sure they are all sealed. Now you can enjoy corn off the cob this winter.

If you want to learn more about canning, this free webinar is a great resource! Just click HERE, then press play to watch the free one-hour webinar. Afterward, you can click on any of the links that are on that page if you are interested in taking a full course.

The Pros and Cons of Making Canned Corn

Pros of Canned Corn

Now that you know how to can corn, it’s time to learn more about it. Sure, preserving your own vegetables is smart and healthy, but there are pros and cons to everything. Let’s start with the positive points first.

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  1. Healthier Alternative

If you buy canned corn from the store, it might have a higher amount of preservatives and sodium than you’d like. But when you do it yourself, you can use all-natural methods of preserving and no salt.

  1. Versatility

Putting together canning jars of corn at home allows you to get as creative as you’d like. There aren’t a lot of choices of corn mixtures in regular supermarkets, so the DIY method is the best. For instance, if you like spicy foods, you can add jalapenos and other spices. You can even combine it with other vegetables like squash, garlic cloves, or green peppers.

  1. Self-Sufficiency

No matter which vegetable you choose to plant, it doesn’t hurt to know how to grow your own crops. In today’s world, everyone relies on farmers to supply the food we need. People are accustomed to going into a store to get all of their groceries. However, if you know how to create your own harvest, you can survive if there’s ever a shortage of food.

Cons Of Canned Corn

  1. Time-Consuming

Running to the grocery store and grabbing a few canned goods is quick and simple. However, it takes more time and effort to create homemade jars of produce. It’s definitely not a simple process, but it’s worth it.

  1. Upfront Costs

You’ll save money over time by preserving corn, but there are some things you’ll need to buy first. You’ll need mason jars with lids, a large pot, and a jar lifter. If you already have those things in your kitchen, you’re in luck.

  1. Shelf Life

Fresh vegetable preservatives won’t last as long as frozen corn. You’ll get about a year’s worth of goods from corn stored in a mason jar; which is still a good amount of time. However, it must be preserved in an area that’s not too hot or cold.

6 Easy Corn Recipes to Make at Home

Corn is such a tasty veggie and there’s so much you can do with it. Believe it or not, it pairs well with other foods besides mashed potatoes and meatloaf. You’d be surprised at the many ways you can spruce up your favorite side dish. Check out these recipes:

1. Southwestern Style Corn

Ingredients:

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  • 1 Tablespoon of butter
  • ⅓ cup of fresh cilantro
  • 3- ⅓ cups of corn
  • 1 tomato
  • ½ teaspoon of salt
  • 1 tablespoon of lime juice
  • ½ teaspoon of cumin

Heat butter over medium-high heat in a skillet. Pour in the corn and stir it until it becomes tender. Then, add in the lime juice, tomatoes, cumin, and salt. Cook it all together for approximately three to four minutes. Garnish the dish with a dash of cilantro.

Southwestern-style corn goes well in fajitas or a taco salad. You can add it to a casserole dish or simply use it as a side item.

2. Scalloped Corn

Ingredients:

  • 4 tablespoons of unsalted butter
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
  • A pinch of salt
  • 1 ½ cups of half and half
  • 5 cups of corn
  • 1 ½ cup of crushed Ritz crackers

Preheat your oven to 325 and grease your baking pan with butter. Beat the eggs and half-and-half together in a bowl. Add in the crackers, corn, sugar, cheddar cheese, and salt. Pour the ingredients into the baking pan and even it with a spoon. Cook it in the oven uncovered for 35 minutes. In a separate bowl, melt the remaining 3 tablespoons of butter in the microwave. Add in the remaining cup of crackers and the other half of shredded cheese over the corn casserole. Put it back in the oven for an additional 20 minutes.

This dish goes well on a side of steak or fish. Spruce up your chicken breasts by stuffing the casserole inside, or simply enjoy it on its own.

3. Creamed Corn

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups of sweet corn
  • Salt
  • ½ stick of butter

Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat and add in the corn. Stir often for about 20 minutes until it gets a thick consistency. Salt and pepper to taste.

Creamed corn is good on a cold evening alongside tasty pork chops.

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4. Hot Corn Dip

Ingredients:

  • 5 cups of corn
  • Salt
  • 2 cloves of garlic finely chopped
  • 1 green bell pepper thinly chopped
  • ½ red onion finely dices
  • 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter
  • 1 package of room temperature cream cheese
  • ½ cup of sour cream
  • ½ cup of mayo
  • 2 scallions sliced thinly
  • 1 pound of Monterey jack cheese
  • 4 ounce can of green chiles

Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat and mix in the red onions, garlic, bell peppers, and jalapenos. Cook the veggies together for roughly 5 minutes and set aside. In a separate bowl, combine the mayo, cream cheese, sour cream, and a third of the Monterey jack cheese. Smooth the soft ingredients together with a spoon or an electronic mixer on low. Stir in the scallions, veggie mixture, corn, and can of chiles. Pour all the ingredients into a baking pan and sprinkle on the remainder of the cheese. Heat your oven to 350 and cook for 22 minutes.

Serve this dip with tortilla chips. It’s great for occasions like birthday parties, baby showers, Superbowl festivities, and more.

5. Corn-Kernel Cornbread

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of cornmeal
  • 4 tablespoons of unsalted butter
  • 1 cup of all-purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • ¼ cup of sugar
  • ¾ cup of milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon of salt

Preheat your oven to 350 and coat an 8-inch baking dish with butter. Place it in the oven to melt the butter. In a bowl mix together the baking powder, salt, sugar, cornmeal, and flour. Next, stir in the egg, milk, and corn. Pour the batter into the pan and evenly spread it across the baking dish. Bake for 30 minutes until golden brown.

This cornbread pairs well with a hot bowl of chili or with a mouthwatering pot roast.

6. Corn and Rice Medley

  • 2 tablespoons of butter
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of Basmati rice
  • 3 shallots thinly sliced
  • ½ teaspoon of white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons chopped mint leaves
  • 2 cups of corn
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Melt the 1 tablespoon of butter in a pan over medium heat. Pour in the rice and water, and bring to a boil. Minimize the heat, cover, and cook for 18 minutes, or until the rice is tender. In a separate skillet, melt the other tablespoon of butter over medium heat. Stir in corn, sugar, shallots, salt, and pepper. Stir the ingredients together for 4 to 6 minutes. Garnish with mint.

This rice pairs nicely with salmon or chicken. Feel free to add shrimp or potatoes to make the dish a complete meal.

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Final Thoughts On How To Can Corn

As you can see from the information provided above, it’s a good idea to make homemade canned corn. You can officially say that corn isn’t a boring dish, and there are dozens of ways to have fun with it. Once you get the hang of harvesting the crop and preserving it, you’ll probably never go back to the store-bought version. The beautiful thing about nature is that it supplies nutritious foods, and you don’t have to own a huge farm to take advantage of it. What new corn recipes do you plan to make?

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FAQs

What is the process of canning corn? ›

Pack the corn kernels loosely into jars but don't shake the jars or press down the corn. Pour boiling water over the kernels, leaving a 1-inch headspace in each jar. Wipe the jar rims and adjust the lids. Process in a pressure canner for 55 minutes for pints and 85 minutes for quarts.

How do you preserve canned corn? ›

To maximize the shelf life of canned or packaged corn after opening, refrigerate in a covered glass or plastic container. How long does opened canned corn last in the refrigerator? Corn that has been continuously refrigerated will keep for about 3 to 4 days.

How do you can corn using water bath? ›

Can You Can Corn in a Water Bath? Sadly, no, you cannot safely can corn in a water bath canner. Corn, and all low acid vegetables (like canning beets, canning pumpkin, canning potatoes, canning green beans, canning peas, and canning carrots), must be preserved using a pressure canner.

How do you preserve fresh corn? ›

Tightly wrap the cooled corn on the cob individually in plastic wrap and place in a resealable plastic freezer bag. Be sure to squeeze out any air before sealing! Store the bags of corn in the freezer—your corn on the cob will keep for 6 to 9 months!

Can corn be canned? ›

Corn is a low-acid vegetable and can only be canned safely using a pressure canner. A pressure canner heats the contents at a high temperature necessary to kill bacteria that can cause botulism.

How do you freeze or can corn? ›

Directions
  1. Shuck corn and remove corn silk.
  2. Cut kernels off of corn cob and dump into a bowl or container.
  3. Pour corn kernels into freezer bags and push air out.
  4. Date airtight freezer bag with a permanent marker.
  5. Place bag into the freezer.
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Do you cook corn before canning? ›

I like to do what's called a raw pack for canning corn. That means you don't heat the corn up before you can it. If you want to do a hot pack, put the corn in a pot and add some water and simmer the corn kernels for 5 minutes. Once the corn is prepared it's time to prepare the supplies.

What is the best corn to can? ›

The 7 Sweetest Canned Corns
RankProductType
1.Green Giant Extra Sweet Corn NibletsYellow, whole kernel
2.Delmonte Golden Sweet Whole Kernel CornYellow, whole kernel
3.Green Giant Steam Crisp Super Sweet CornYellow and white
4.Happy Belly Whole Kernel CornYellow, whole kernel
3 more rows

How do you preserve canned food? ›

Store in a cool, clean, dry place where temperatures are below 85 F (between 50-70 F is good) but not freezing temperatures. Rotate foods so the oldest is used first. Try not to keep canned foods more than 1 year. Use canned meats and seafood within 3 years of the date on the package.

How long can canned corn last? ›

Canned corn: 1-2 years past expiration date

Canned corn, for example, often has a best-by date of three to five years slapped on the label. But you can eat it even years after that," says Norton.

How Long can corn be stored? ›

In the refrigerator, uncooked corn on the cob can last a maximum of about three days, whereas in the freezer, a whole corn on the cob could last for about eight months or longer. However, if corn on the cob has been kept at a consistent temperature of 0°F, then it should last indefinitely.

How hard is it to can corn? ›

It's not hard to can corn, but it's important to follow safety guidelines. You'll need to use a pressure canner, since corn, like many vegetables, is low in acid. A pressure canner heats food to higher temperatures than a water bath canner, which helps kill toxins that cause food poisoning.

Can you water bath can fresh corn? ›

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Can corn be canned without a pressure cooker? ›

You will need to have a pressure canner, however, because corn is a low-acid food. Low-acid foods must be cooked at a really high temperature (under pressure) to preserve it for long term storage. The high temperatures help destroy any bacteria present that could potentially harm you.

How do you prepare sweet corn for freezing? ›

Instructions
  1. Shuck and remove the husks from the sweet corn. Cut off any rotten or bad spots. ...
  2. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. ...
  3. Once cooked, remove corn from water and place in cool water to stop cooking.
  4. Submerge the corn in ice water until completely chilled. ...
  5. Once chilled, cut corn off the cob.
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Do you have to blanch corn before canning? ›

You don't have to blanch the corn before canning, but some people swear it helps with the flavor and ease of cutting the kernels off the cob. Here's how to blanch corn. Boil a large pot of water and prepare an ice bath near, typically in your sink.

Can you freeze fresh corn? ›

You can freeze corn that's still on the cob but give some thought to what you plan to do with it when you get it out of the freezer. The only reason to freeze it on the cob is if you will eat it on the cob later. Otherwise, it's worth it to put in the effort and remove it from the cob now, freezing only the kernels.

Can you can sweet corn? ›

In order to can sweet corn, a pressure canner is necessary. Because corn is a low-acid food it can not be canned using the hot water bath canning method. The high temperature and pressure that happens in a pressure canner is the only way to destroy any bacteria from developing in the canned corn.

Why did my canned corn turn brown? ›

Corn may turn brown during processing because the very high temperature in the pressure canner may cause the sugar in the corn to caramelize. This happens more often with super sweet varieties and when kernels are immature.

Where does can of corn come from? ›

Can of corn is one of the more mysterious baseball phrases, with numerous theories behind its origin. One is that it comes from the action of grocery clerks using a stick to tip a can off a high shelf and then catch it (as to hand to a customer). In extended use, the phrase can refer to something easily accomplished.

How long can you freeze corn? ›

Freezing Isn't Forever

For the best flavor and results, try to use your corn within 12 months. You can store it longer but after a year the flavor and texture begin to degrade significantly. This process works with many other vegetables and makes it easy to fill your freezer ahead of the winter months.

Do you cook corn before freezing? ›

Drop shucked ears into boiling water and cook 2-3 minutes. Remove from water to a large bowl and let cool a few minutes until you can handle them. Cut kernels off of cobs, spoon into freezer baggies, remove as much air as possible (again using a straw), seal and freeze.

Can you freeze fresh corn on the cob without blanching? ›

Corn on the cob can be frozen whole, without blanching—you'll just be a little more limited when it comes time to cook it, as the corn is more likely to develop a chewy or mushy character.

Can I can corn in half pint jars? ›

Whole-kernel corn may be canned in pints or quarts. Cream-style corn must be packed in half-pint or pint jars only. If desired, add 1 teaspoon of salt per quart, ½ teaspoon per pint, or ¼ teaspoon per half- pint jar. For raw-packed, whole-kernel-style corn, fill jars with cut product, leaving 1 inch of headspace.

How long do I pressure can creamed corn? ›

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How do you can cream style corn in jars? ›

Hot pack – Add 1 cup water to each 2 cups of corn and heat to a boil. Add 1/2 teaspoon salt to each pint jar, if desired. Fill pint jar with hot corn mixture, leaving 1-inch headspace. Caution: Quart jars are not recommended due to the denseness of the canned product.

Is canned corn healthy? ›

Canned corn is nutritious and shelf-stable

It is also rich in vitamin C, minerals, antioxidants, and beta carotene. According to Healthfully, canned corn is rich in protein, vitamin C, and fiber that supports a healthy digestive tract.

Is canned corn fresh? ›

As with all canned food, canned corn has been processed. It goes through a process where the corn, shucked from the cobs, are preserved through the canning process.

Can you eat raw corn? ›

Most people prefer to eat corn after cooking it, often with butter, oils, and seasonings. It is also safe to eat corn raw. Many people find that young, tender corn tastes best when raw. The kernels can add texture to salads, soups, and casseroles.

How do you do canning at home? ›

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What are the examples of canning? ›

The definition of canning is the act of preserving food in jars, or firing someone. When you cut up cucumbers and make them into pickles that you preserve in a jar to eat throughout the winter, this is an example of canning.

How long can canned corn sit out? ›

The USDA says food that has been left out of the fridge for more than two hours should be thrown away. At room temperature, bacteria grows incredibly fast and can make you sick. Reheating something that has been sitting at room temperature for longer than two hours won't be safe from bacteria.

Does spam expire? ›

Since spam has no expiration date, it can go for many years without spoiling. The only thing that will be affected is its quality and taste. However, poor storage, exposure to high temperatures and dents in the can will cause spam to spoil faster.

Can you eat eggs 2 months out of date? ›

The expiration date on your carton of jumbo eggs is just there to ensure quality. So if you crack 'em open after the date has passed, you may notice they don't taste as good, but you're not at risk of illness. In short, you can eat eggs two months out of date. It'll be fine.

Why does my corn smell like vinegar? ›

Preservatives Used in Commercially-Grown Corn

The preservatives some farmers use to slow down the spoiling process could cause corn to have a vinegar-like or sour smell.

How dry should corn be stored? ›

Corn should be dried to 13 to 14% for long-term storage.

Corn grain at a moisture content up to 20% can be cooled to 20 to 30°F with aeration, held over winter, and then dried when outdoor temperatures average 40°F or warmer by using NA drying with an airflow rate of at least 1 cubic feet per minute (cfm)/bushel.

How long can canned corn stay in the fridge? ›

Low-acid canned goods, such as meat, poultry, fish, gravy, stew, soups, beans, carrots, corn, pasta, peas, potatoes and spinach) can be stored three to four days. Although it's safe to store the food in the can, it will retain better flavor if transferred to a glass or plastic storage container.

What vegetables can be water bath canned? ›

Water-bath canning is only for produce that is HIGH in acid. We're talking about tomatoes, berries, fruit, sauerkraut, and pickled vegetables. This means water-bath canning is for making jams, jellies, and pickled veggies.

How long should you water bath corn? ›

Pour boiling water into each jar to cover corn. Cap jars with lids and bands and process in pressure canner at 10 psi for 85 minutes.

Can cream of corn? ›

Creamed corn is a canned corn where the kernels are removed from the ear as well as the “milk” from the cob. The “milk” is removed by scraping the cob well with a knife and this removes the ends of the corn pieces that adhere to the cob as well as the sweet milky looking juice.

What can I can without a pressure canner? ›

REMEMBER: If you are canning low-acid foods such as vegetables, broth, and meats, you WILL need a pressure canner. However, if you are canning high acid foods like jams and jellies, fruits (like canning peaches), applesauce, pickles, etc., you can use safely and confidently water-bath canning.

How many ears of corn make a quart? ›

It takes about 6 to 8 ears of corn to fill one QUART FREEZER bag. If you want to preserve with the best flavor and taste, follow the steps below. This process involves a few hours of dedication with your friends and family to help. It is well worth it.

What is a pressure canner? ›

A pressure canner is a large pot that has a lid that locks onto the pot and a dial or weighted gauge that allows you to regulate steam pressure that builds up inside the pot by turning the burner heat up or down. The pressurized steam is much hotter than boiling water.

Does corn have to be pressure canned? ›

Anybody can learn how to can corn. You will need to have a pressure canner, however, because corn is a low-acid food. Low-acid foods must be cooked at a really high temperature (under pressure) to preserve it for long term storage. The high temperatures help destroy any bacteria present that could potentially harm you.

Does corn have to be blanched before canning? ›

You don't have to blanch the corn before canning, but some people swear it helps with the flavor and ease of cutting the kernels off the cob. Here's how to blanch corn. Boil a large pot of water and prepare an ice bath near, typically in your sink.

How long does canned corn last? ›

Canned corn is shelf-stable, meaning that when sealed, it remains edible for quite a while. Ovenvia says that canned corn remains good for three to five years, and Still Tasty agrees. The site says when corn is stored appropriately, it will usually last past the three- to five-year mark.

Where does can of corn come from? ›

Can of corn is one of the more mysterious baseball phrases, with numerous theories behind its origin. One is that it comes from the action of grocery clerks using a stick to tip a can off a high shelf and then catch it (as to hand to a customer). In extended use, the phrase can refer to something easily accomplished.

Why did my canned corn turn brown? ›

Corn may turn brown during processing because the very high temperature in the pressure canner may cause the sugar in the corn to caramelize. This happens more often with super sweet varieties and when kernels are immature.

How hard is it to can corn? ›

It's not hard to can corn, but it's important to follow safety guidelines. You'll need to use a pressure canner, since corn, like many vegetables, is low in acid. A pressure canner heats food to higher temperatures than a water bath canner, which helps kill toxins that cause food poisoning.

What is the best corn to can? ›

The 7 Sweetest Canned Corns
RankProductType
1.Green Giant Extra Sweet Corn NibletsYellow, whole kernel
2.Delmonte Golden Sweet Whole Kernel CornYellow, whole kernel
3.Green Giant Steam Crisp Super Sweet CornYellow and white
4.Happy Belly Whole Kernel CornYellow, whole kernel
3 more rows

Do you cook corn before canning? ›

I like to do what's called a raw pack for canning corn. That means you don't heat the corn up before you can it. If you want to do a hot pack, put the corn in a pot and add some water and simmer the corn kernels for 5 minutes. Once the corn is prepared it's time to prepare the supplies.

How do you freeze or can corn? ›

Cut the kernels from the cob. An electric knife is a handy tool for cutting off the kernels. Package the corn in freezer containers, leave one-half inch headspace. Seal and freeze at zero degrees F or below.

Can you cold pack sweet corn? ›

How To Can Sweet Corn Using The Cold Pack Method. Place the cold corn kernels inside pint size mason jars. Fill the jars, leaving 1 inch headspace at the top of each one. Then fill the jars with boiling water, covering the top of the corn kernels.

Can I eat expired canned corn? ›

Canned corn: 1-2 years past expiration date

"Canned food is among the least perishable out there. Canned corn, for example, often has a best-by date of three to five years slapped on the label. But you can eat it even years after that," says Norton.

Can I eat expired corn? ›

Corn on the Cob

Five-day-old corn can still be eaten. It won't make you sick, but it won't taste very good. In just three days, the corn will be only half as sweet and delicious as it was when harvested. If you purchase corn on the cob without the husks, the kernels will dry out very fast.

Can you eat eggs 2 months out of date? ›

The expiration date on your carton of jumbo eggs is just there to ensure quality. So if you crack 'em open after the date has passed, you may notice they don't taste as good, but you're not at risk of illness. In short, you can eat eggs two months out of date. It'll be fine.

How heavy is a can of corn? ›

Del Monte Canned Golden Sweet Whole Kernel Corn, 15.25 oz Can.

Can of corn size? ›

Sizes Available: 8.75oz, 15.25oz, 29oz, 106oz.

How much sugar is in a can of corn? ›

Corn, sweet, yellow, canned, whole kernel, drained solids, 1 cup
Protein (g)4.3
Sugars, total (g)5.74
Fiber, total dietary (g)3.28
Calcium, Ca (mg)8.2
Iron, Fe (mg)1.41
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