Sunday, November 12, 2017

Corn Allergen List - Corn Derivatives

List of potential corn derivatives to avoid. This list was originally posted on Jenny Connor's website (, which she recently took down. We are working on an updated list, but for now this should be sufficient.

Acetic acid
Alpha tocopherol
Artificial flavorings
Artificial sweeteners (Equal, Splenda, etc and so on)
Ascorbic acid
Baking powder
Barley malt
Bleached flour
Blended sugar (sugaridextrose)
Brown sugar
Calcium citrate
Calcium fumarate
Calcium gluconate
Calcium lactate
Calcium magnesium acetate (CMA)
Calcium stearate
Calcium stearoyl lactylate
Caramel and caramel color
Carbonmethylcellulose sodium
Cellulose microcrystalline
Cellulose, methyl
Cellulose, powdered
Cetearyl glucoside
Choline chloride
Citric acid
Citrus cloud emulsion (CCS)
Coco glycerides (cocoglycerides)
Confectioners sugar
Corn alcohol
Corn extract
Corn flour
Corn gluten
Corn oil
Corn starch
Corn sweetener, corn sugar
Corn syrup, corn syrup solids
Corn, cornflour
Corn, cornmeal
Corn, popcorn
Crosscarmellose sodium
Crystalline dextrose
Crystalline fructose
d-Gluconic acid
Decyl glucoside
Decyl polyglucose
Dextrose (also found in IV solutions)
Dextrose anything (such as monohydrate or anhydrous)
Drying agent
Erythorbic acid
Ethocel 20
Ethyl acetate
Ethyl alcohol
Ethyl lactate
Ethyl maltol
Ethylene Glycol
Food starch
Fruit juice concentrate
Fumaric acid
Germ/germ meal
Gluconic acid
Glucono delta-lactone
Glucose syrup (also found in IV solutions)
Gluten feed/meal
Golden Syrup
High fructose corn syrup
Hydrolyzed corn
Hydrolyzed corn protein
Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose pthalate (HPMCP)
Invert syrup or invert sugar
Iodized salt
Lactic acid
Lauryl glucoside
Linoleic acid
Magnesium fumarate
Magnesium Stearate
Malic acid
Malonic acid
Malt syrup
Malt, malt extract
Methyl gluceth
Methyl glucose
Methyl glucoside
Microcrystaline cellulose
Modified cellulose gum
Modified corn starch
Modified food starch
Mono and di glycerides
Monosodium glutamate
Natural flavorings
Oil, Canola
Oil, Vegetable
Paracetic Acid
PLA - Biodegradable Plastics
Polyethylene Glycol (PEG)
Polylactic acid (PLA)
Polysorbates (e.g. Polysorbate 80)
Polyvinyl acetate
Potassium citrate
Potassium fumarate
Potassium gluconate
Powdered sugar
Pregelatinized starch
Propionic acid
Propylene glycol
Propylene glycol monostearate
Rice Syrup, Rice Malt, Rice Malt Syrup.
Sodium carboxymethylcellulose
Sodium citrate
Sodium erythorbate
Sodium fumarate
Sodium lactate
Sodium starch glycolate
Sodium stearoyl fumarate
Sorbic acid
Sorbitan monooleate
Sorbitan tri-oleate
Sorghum syrup
Starch (any kind that's not specified)
Stearic acid

Tocopherol (vitamin E)
Triethyl citrate
Unmodified starch
Vanilla, natural flavoring
Vanilla, pure or extract
Vegetable anything that's not specific
Vinyl acetate
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Xanthan gum
Zea mays


Sonya said...

Hi, I was just double checking the list I'd saved out years ago so I can bring a current copy to my medical team. While this list has one addition (allulose) to the list on my computer, I noticed that some items are no longer on the list:
• Simethicone
• Splenda (Artificial sweetener)
• Sucralose (Artificial sweetener)
• Sucrose
• Sugar* (not identified as cane or beet)

I"m curious if these accidentally overlooked, or did they come off the list for a reason?

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I'm seeing Xylitol in a lot of fabrics that are moisture wicking or quick dry. Do you know if it's okay if they say that it's from birch or is there something about the process in general that is corny?

Anonymous said...

Xylitol from birch trees - even if corn-free- can cause allergic reaction via oral allergy syndrome if the user is allergic to birch trees via seasonal allergies.

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Annie said...

Hoping to see an answer to Sonya's question.

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Can any one answer Sonya's question?
It's a good one!

Anonymous said...

Bourbon is at least 50% corn

V said...

Sorry for the delay, Sonya.

Simethicone - we're researching this. It may end up back on.

Sucrose and Sugar are legally required to be cane or beet in the USA. That's why they were removed.

Sucralose should still be on there (it is Splenda).

Amy D said...

Why honey?

Gary P said...

Bees sometimes are fed corn syrup so they don't have to gather nectar.

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Anonymous said...

I'm curious why you stated that this was from another list recently taken down on another website but this website is a redirect from that one owned by the same person. Weird.

Jay said...

Why brown sugar? All brown sugar?

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Anonymous said...

Anti-caking agent

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Honey sometimes is not only from bees as some companies mix it with other things such as glucose, which can be derived from corn.

Anonymous said...

I'm stuck on the brown sugar question...If an anti-caking agent is used, doesn't it have to be listed as an ingredient? Dextrose is listed on my salt and corn starch is listed on my powdered sugar, so can I assume there's no added corn product in my food if it's not listed as an ingredient? If my honey says it's pure, can I assume it actually is?

Anonymous said...

Brown sugar has caramel coloring in it, which is from corn. Sometime there are derivatives from corn syrup too.

Anonymous said...


Jennifer said...

Why Molasses?

Anonymous said...

Brown sugar is on the list due to the added caramel coloring, which is derived from corn sugar, and as for honey, even if it says "pure honey", FDA regulations require that only 3% of honey be actual pure, come from bees, honey. The other 97% can be other sweeteners, often corn syrup.

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I have Anaphylactic allergic reaction to corn, whether it is injested on topical and I can contest that alot of the list can be consumed by me. But to be fair about my statement is that I email companies all the time to make sure all ingredients are free of corn. I dont have any issue with wheat, rice or Oats at all, as long as they are pure. Brown sugar, Even Ginger Brand is corn free, basic brand from save a lot stores. I would just make sure you contact any companies and ask. Let them know why you are asking so they blow you off, or lie about. Had that happen.

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Even 100% pure honey can be from the bees being fed corn syrup. Its still pure honey but as its from corn it can still cause a reaction.