A type of corn that is grown solely as a source for the production of corn flour. The kernels are starchy and much softer than other types of corn, which allows flour milling to be an easier process. Corn varieties that have drier, harder kernels, such as flint corn, are often ground into coarse meal, but can be difficult to grind into fine flour.
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