Yellow corn is another most common type of sweet corn and is present mainly in northern areas of the United States. These kernels are covered with golden silk fibers and tassels, which extend to the tip. Every single ear of yellow corn can hold up to 400 kernels. If we compare yellow Vs. White corn, yellow corn is less sweet in taste. These corns have a dough texture and sweet taste before they are ripe. They become hard and less sweet after ripening. The yellow corn has kernels of pale yellow color. The presence of a pigment, carotenoids, is responsible for the color. The crops of this corn are available around the year.