Can you use sweet corn to produce corn oil?

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Generally, sweet corn production has been directed to specific markets. The demand has tended to be for sweet corn in the form of canned or frozen kernels; fresh corn-on-the-cob; or processed crunches and nuts. Sweet corn could be used in the production of corn oil. For its oil content is high. However, the sugar content is also high. So ground sweet corn has tended to be a slurry sticky business when venturing outside the specific markets mentioned above.
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