Maize fiber, when dried through a industrial dryer or sun dried, is dry fiber. Due to its property, dry fiber is used in the manufacturing of oil cakes and cattle feed. The byproduct of the wet-milling process, corn fiber is used to create starches, sweeteners and ethanol. The many advantages of maize fiber include its positive effect on digestive health and prebiotic properties. At about 90% insolubility, corn or maize fiber is a highcontent insoluble fiber with low acidity.