Babycorn

Babycorn

about

Corn is available all year round. Corn is grown widely in south of England.It is widely thought that the Spanish brought maize/corn from the central Americas back to Europe in the fifteenth century. Sweetcorn gathered popularity in the UK after World War II and is now grown extensively across southern England.Steaming them for a few minutes, babycorn are delicious with ground pepper and butter.

nutritional info

Babycorn provides useful amounts of vitamins A, B3 (supports metabolism, the nervous and digestive systems) and C. It also contains folic acid and fibre

storing Babycorn

Eat on the same day as purchase where possible in order to enjoy its natural sweet taste. If keeping for more than a day, parboil the babycorn for a minute (this will help slow down the conversion of sugars) before refrigerating or freezing.

source

Local North Devon producers whenever possible, though on occasion will also use Bristol Markets and EU-derived sources in order to meet demand.