Copra refers to the dried coconut kernels from which coconut oil is expelled. Traditionally, the coconut kernels are sun-dried, especially for export, before the oil, also known as copra oil, is pressed out.
Grade : Regular and Edible Diameter : 6cm - 12cm Moisture : 5% - 7% Oil Content : 65% - 70% FFA : 0.5% - 1.5% Rubbery : 5% Smoky : 5% Packaging : Polypropylene Bag or Netted Bag Loadability : 25kg & 50kg Container : 20 Feet (Max 11 MT), 40HC (Max 22 MT)
Copra is a dried meat of Coconut. Mature coconut that has been cut into half and cleaned, are then put into the smoking chamber. After gouged out the meat, it will dried out again to reduce the water content to a maximum 6%. Specification: Moisture max 6% Free Fatty Acid max 0.5% Green 0% (not detected) Burnt max 2%. Smoky max 5% Rubbery max 5%
Coconut Copra Type : Dry White Edible Coconut Copra Style : Sun Drying Color : White Brown Grade Edible USD 1.950/MT Moisture : 6% Max Size : 9-14 cm Oil Content : Max 67% FFA as Lauric : 0,3% Smoky : Max 1% Rubbery : Max 5% Other : Free Insects/Fungus/Mouldy Packing : 50kg PP Bag Loadability : 20" FCL 10-11 MT 40" FCL 24-25 MT Grade Reguler USD 1.450/MT Moisture : 6% Max Size : 4-9 cm Oil Content : 61-63% FFA as Lauric :
Typically split into two halves, copra is the dried meat of a mature coconut from which coconut oil is extracted for a wide range of applications. We carefully handpick fully mature coconuts at its finest to produce the best quality copra and carry out both sun and oven drying to keep the moisture content to a minimum. Our copra is available in edible, regular and mixed grades.
Is Copra a coconut? Copra, dried sections of the meat of the coconut, the kernel of the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). Copra is valued for the coconut oil extracted from it and for the resulting residue, coconut-oil cake, which is used mostly for livestock feed.
Copra is dried meat by hoarding. This product needs is very high because it is a coconut material that is very popular by consumers. We have 2 types of copra including white copra and black copra. To make copra, there are various processing techniques, namely sun drying, smoke curing or drying, and indirect drying. SPECIFICATION Moisture : Max 5 % Form : Dried. No Fungus. No Crack (Grade A); Little Crack (Grade B); Pieces (Grade C) Oil Content : 65 % Free Fatty Acid : 0.3 % Defect : Max 5 % (Grade A) Max 10 % (Grade B&C) Diameter : Max 8 cm PACKAGING Paper Box With PVC Plastic inside or Gunny Bag
Copra, dried sections of the meat of the coconut, the kernel of the fruit of the coconut. The production of copra removing the shell, breaking it up, drying is usually done where the coconut palms grow. Copra can be made by smoke drying, sun drying, or kiln drying. Copra has traditionally been grated and ground then boiled in water to extract coconut oil. Copra is valued for the coconut oil extracted from it and for the resulting residue, coconut-oil cake, which is used mostly for livestock feed.
Copra is coconut flesh that has gone through a drying process. Copra is usually used as a head derivative product which of course has a very important role as a raw material for making coconut oil and its derivatives. Copra can also be used as animal feed. There are 3 types of copra, including white copra or wet copra, smoked copra or dried copra, and sun-dried copra. High quality copra is made from coconuts that are 300 days old and weigh around 3-4 kg, resulting in copra with a water content of about 6-7 percent so that it is not susceptible to nuisance organisms
Copra is a dried meat of Coconut. Mature coconut that has been cut into half and cleaned, are then put into the smoking chamber. After gouged out the meat, it will dried out again to reduce the water content to a maximum 6%. Specification: Moisture max 6% Free Fatty Acid max 0.5% Green 0% (not detected) Burnt max 2%. Smoky max 5%
Crude Protein Content - 18.0% min. Moisture Content - 12.0% max. Oil Content - 8 - 12% Aflatoxin - 50.0 ppb Sand/Silica - 5.0% max Odor - nut-like & pleasant resembling roasted Coconut w/ no trace of burnt odor Color/appearance - light brown to brown, fibrous cake or Piece of cake or meal
Copra meal is produced from the ripe fruit of the coconut palm. The nut is split and the kernel is removed and dried below 6% moisture. This meal is called copra meal and still contains the oil. It is an excellent weight gain feed that can be used to boost any premix feed. Specification: Protein min 21% Fat Content min 10% Moisture max 10% Crude Fiber 13.62% Ash content max 6%
Copra meal or coconut meal is the by-product of the oil extraction from dried coconut kernels (copra) that is subsequently dried and crushed into powder or chips. Our copra meal contains high quality protein, decent fat content and a lot of nutrients, making it a perfect choice for livestock feeds. It provides an excellent source of energy and effectively boosts immune systems without the risks of feeding high starch meals or medicines. Copra meal can be consumed individually or in combination with other protein sources.
* Moisture content: 5-7% * our capacity for a month: -edible 2 containers -regular 10 containers ** to provide more practical information: 4.5 coconuts are processed into dried copra into 1 kg If you turn it into cooking oil, seven copras will turn into 1 liter
We make high quality copra by drying fresh coconut flesh (kernel) in a hybrid solar dryer. With our efficient and sustainable drying technology, we are able to reduce the moisture content of fresh coconut kernels from about 50% to lower than 6% within 48 hours. This result can be achieved by harnessing solar energy during the day and renewable energy from burning smokeless biomass throughout the night. Available in: White Copra, Black Copra, and White Edible Copra