Low-carb corn is it on the shelf near you?
It started as a way to help people starving in third world countries. But we all know thats not where its going to stop.
"If the prototype corn can be grown commercially it could find a market among the crowd following low-carbohydrate diets, for whom standard sweetcorn is not allowed."
The article is from 2004, I can only imagine how much progress has been made on it since.
I can see it being advertised now.. GMO corn, better than the real thing.