Corn flour is the result of grating whole corn kernels into powder. This process keeps the vitamins, fiber, protein, and starch intact. Known to be used by Purina
Corn Germ Meal
Corn Germ Meal, also known as "maize germ meal", is a byproduct left over when oil is extracted from corn. It is most frequently found in livestock feed. Its absorbency makes it ideal for holding liquid. Known to be used by Purina
Cornmeal is coarser than cornflour. Cornmeal, unlike cornflour, has the corn's oily germ and bran removed during the grinding process. Known to be used by Purina
Corn Gluten Meal or "Gluten Meal" is a byproduct produced when making corn syrup. It is a protein and is mostly used in animal feed and grass maintenance. The "gluten" in the name is a misnomer--there is no gluten in corn gluten meal. Known to be ...