The yellow corn is an evolutionary mutation of white corn. The corn comes from the sweet corn variety and is available year round. It is considered as a grain, a vegetable, and a fruit depending on its maturity and use. The corn is dried and ground into flour for baked goods, tortillas, cereals and used as a crust/crisping agent for dishes both savory and sweet. The kernel is made up of four major components starch, fiber, protein and oil that can be processed in different ways to be used in all kinds of products. The yellow corn is made for various purposes.