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Well, first off, we're like superheroes in freeze drying corn – Highest Quality and Quick Delivery! We've got over 100 products, but let's talk Corn! If you're not a fan of Corn, consider checking out our Freeze Dried Mango! If you ever want to view other freeze dried products, you can go here.

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Muscle Support

Сorn is about 10 % protein. So eating it will directly help you fulfill your protein need, of which it is a building block. Since protein is invaluable, not only for muscle growth but also for muscle repair , these benefits will definitely come in handy.

Balancing blood sugar

 Corn’s fibre and complex carbohydrates help to balance blood sugar. Fibre may slow the absorption of sugar into the blood, aiding in feelings of stable energy and helping to avoid drastic spikes and crashes in blood glucose. Maintaining a steady flow of reserved energy helps balance the stress response, lower the risk of insulin resistance and can help people manage their weight.


Corn is a superfood – as are all whole grains: packed with vitamins and minerals and a welcome addition to any diet. Corn contains vitamins A, B and C: vitamins we need to see, to burn up calories as energy, and to help ward off the nasty bugs that cause common colds and flu.

Difference Between Fresh, Dehydrated, and Freeze-Dried Corn

Fresh Corn:

• Moisture: Fresh corn contains about 70-80% water, making it juicy and crunchy.

• Texture: Corn kernels have a soft and juicy texture, while the husk is tough.

• Vitamins: Fresh corn is a good source of B vitamins, vitamin C, and carotene.

• Shelf life: it’s ear corn and good for only a few days at most, and certainly not long after harvesting hits when it lives up to its name before withering and drying to a mealy husk.

Dehydrated Corn:

dehydroisated corn will have something between 5 and 10 per cent moisture.

• Texture: Dehydrated corn has a crispy, dry texture.

• Vitamins: Dehydrated corn may lose some vitamins and nutrients during processing.

• Shelf life: dried ears of corn will store forever. Dried ears of corn in an airtight bag or other storage receptacle, if stored in the proper cool, dark place, will store forever.

Freeze-Dried Corn:

• Moisture: Freeze-dried corn contains approximately 2-5% moisture.

• Texture: Dehydrated corn is very light and quite dry, but crunchy-crispy. Instantly when it was re-hydrated, corn was medium-light and had light crunchy texture, in fact the texture was very similar to texture of fresh corn.

• Vitamins: Because it’s freeze-dried, freeze-dried corn preserves most of its vitamins and nutrients.

• Shelf life: Since moisture is so less, shelf life will be never ending and if well sealed it can be kept for years together.

Quality Control for Emergency Storage & Taste

Ensuring top-notch quality is our priority for every batch of corn we produce. This meticulous quality control process is essential for achieving an extended shelf life of 25+ years while preserving the delicious taste without any moisture in our freeze-dried corn. This attention to detail is particularly crucial for emergency storage, catering to the needs of our prepping community, and accommodating custom orders.

Before subjecting the corn to the freeze-drying process, we take care to slightly puncture each kernel. This seemingly minor step is often overlooked by competitors, leading to product waste and compromised quality.

In November 2023, we consulted with Jingqi Yang, PHD, a Food Scientist at the Crop Food Processing Development Centre at Alberta Agriculture and Irrigation Government of Alberta. She emphasized the importance of flash freezing the product before freeze-drying. Flash freezing, or rapid freezing, enhances the quality of the freeze-dried corn, ensuring optimal taste and texture.

Each batch of corn undergoes thorough testing with a commercial-grade moisture meter before proceeding to packaging. To package the final freeze-dried corn, we recommend the use of oxygen absorbers or nitrogen gas to maintain freshness. It's crucial to store these oxygen absorbers properly to prevent food spoilage due to mold formation—an issue often overlooked by consumers.


1. Where to Buy Freeze Dried Corn?

Finding high quality freeze dried corn is easier than you think! At Freeze N Dried, we make over 100 different products and corn is one of them. Just visit our online shop here and place your order. We accept all payments types, including Apple Pay and Google Pay and all other cards accepted by Stripe. Before you know it, with just a few clicks, you will have freeze dried corn at your doorstep. Getting high quality freeze dried corn is like unlocking something special, because they are extremely limited in supply! Order here.

2. What is Your Processing Time?

Please check Processing Time Updates page HERE, to stay up to date with any updates in having your order ready for shipment. 

3. Where Can I Track My Order?

You can track your order via our order tracking portal HERE. Majority of our shipments get delivered within 3-5 business days, and some may take up to 2 weeks depending where you're located. 

4. What are the Ingredients in Your Freeze Dried Corn?

There is only 1 ingredient - Corn.

As corn emerges as a versatile food with a myriad of health benefits and culinary applications. Whether you're an adventure seeker craving nutritious meals on the go, a parent juggling work and snack prep for your kids, or simply someone seeking convenient, healthy options daily, freeze-dried corn is a must-have.

At Freeze N Dried, we offer a wide array of nutritious freeze-dried fruits and products, elevating every dish to delicious heights.