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2014 Corn Annual cover Read the 2014 Corn Annual, A Sustainable Food System: Corn Refiners Play an Important Role. This edition focuses on the topic of global food security. There are many sustainable practices of the corn refining industry that we can build on to enhance the contributions we already make to a secure and sustainable global food system. Read more.
Nutrition Facts Panel Corn Refiners Association president and C.E.O., John W. Bode, recently addressed the topic of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel (NFP) on packaged food products. Read his column, ‘Added Sugar’ Poses Labeling Dilemma, in the October issue of Food Technology. Read more.
CRA Sustainability Position Paper Learn more about the CRA Guiding Principles for Sustainability and our position paper, “Sustainable Benefits of Corn Wet Milling.” Read more.
Many of the products consumers enjoy daily get their start with corn. Corn refiners use over 1.4 billion bushels of U.S.-grown corn to produce a broad array of food, industrial, and feed products for Americans and for the world market. Read more.
Corn has a profound impact on our daily lives. Its role is not always transparent and without it, nothing would be the same. From the paint on your walls to the toothpaste in your bathroom, corn plays a part in nearly every aspect of our lives. Read more.
The corn refining industry plays an important role in our country’s rural landscape through responsible environmental stewardship and thoughtful community outreach. In times of economic downturn, this role is increasingly important. Read more.
The member companies of the corn refining industry collectively provide well-paying jobs to over 65,000 employees across the country. Nearly 41,000 farmers benefit from the sale of their corn to corn wet millers. Read more.