Corn, more accurately referred to as maize, is the most widely grown grain crop in the Americas.
Corn is a common allergen.
Over 86% of the US corn crop in 2010 was genetically modified. Heavily subsidized, large corn monocultures comprise nearly 100 million acres of US land. Corn is the source of a large number of food and industrial derivatives, particularly corn ethanol for biofuels and its use as an animal feed, in addition to being present in a significant number of commercial food products.
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