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311221 - Wet Corn MillingUS

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in wet-milling corn and other vegetables. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing starch are included.

  • Exclusion(s):

    Establishments primarily engaged in:

    • reducing maple sap to maple syrup (See 111999 All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming)
    • grinding (dry-milling) corn (See 311211 Flour Milling)
    • manufacturing table syrups from corn syrup; and starch-based dessert powders (See 311990 All Other Food Manufacturing)
    • manufacturing ethyl alcohol by the wet-mill process (See 325190 Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing)
  • Example Activities:

    • Cooking oil, made by wet-milling corn
    • Corn gluten feed, manufacturing
    • Corn gluten meal, manufacturing
    • Corn oil, crude and refined, made by wet-milling corn
    • Corn starch, manufacturing
    • Corn sweeteners (e.g., dextrose, fructose, glucose), made by wet-milling corn
    • Corn syrup, made by wet-milling corn
    • Dextrose, made by wet-milling corn
    • Feed, corn gluten, manufacturing
    • Fructose, made by wet-milling corn
    • Glucose, made by wet-milling corn
    • Gluten feed, flour and meal, made by wet-milling corn
    • Gluten, manufacturing
    • Grain starches, manufacturing
    • HFCS (high fructose corn syrup), manufacturing
    • Margarine and other corn oils, made by wet-milling corn
    • Meal, corn oil, made by wet-milling corn
    • Oil, corn, crude and refined, made by wet-milling corn
    • Potato starch, manufacturing
    • Rice starch, manufacturing
    • Starches (except laundry), manufacturing
    • Syrup, corn, made by wet-milling
    • Vegetable starches, manufacturing
    • Wet-milling corn and other vegetables
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