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Nutritionfacts Extra Virgin coconut oil has a very large proportion of lauric acid (around 50%), which is perceived to contribute in reducing cholesterol levels (Cholesterol levels is indicator to assess the risk of heart disease). Physical characteristics: - Appears: clear, free from impurities. - Colour: light yellow. - Flavour: having the specific small and tast of coconut oil. - Shelf life: 24 months from production date. - Storage condition: ambient temperature (20-35). Ingredient: - 100% Extra virgin coconut oil. * Note: The coconut oil starts to solidify at 25C (77.8 F). This process does not affect the quanlity of the coconut oil. Be stored in dry and cool conditions Extra Virgin Coconut Oil cold pressed without using of any chemical solvents. Virgin Coconut Oil is enriched in natural Vitamin E. You can apply on body after bath for nourishing skin and on hair before shampooing for soft and sleek hair.
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COCONUT WATER CAN (330ml) - 6 flavors - Beverage Physical characteristics: - Shelf life: 24 months from production date. - Storage condition: Ambient temperature (20-35°C) - Delivery condition: Ambient temperature (20-35°C) Ingredients: - Young coconut juice(not less than 85%) - Water - Sugar - Sodium metabisulfite Packing size 330ml/can x 24cans/carton 2200 cartons/cont20ft
Made from 100% pure coconut water - organic (no chemical fertilizers, no pesticides, genetically modified materials,...), no sugar added.The wonderful combination of fresh coconut water with pure Ben Tre tropical juice flavors bring to you a unique taste. Organic coconut water retains nutrients, tastes fresh and natural, while also providing essential vitamins and minerals such as K, Na, Ca, Mg, P. There is absolutely no use of preservatives or colorants.
- Extracted from the grated flesh of fresh coconut white meat. - Available with fat 17% - 19% in 400ml tin can Ingredient: coconut milk, water, Polysorbate 60 (E435), Xanthan gum (E415), Guar gum (E412), sodium metabisulfite. Total fat:13 g Calories: 120 Protein: 0.7g Sugar: 1.0 g Magnesium: 5% Iron : 3% Phosphorus: 1%
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Virgin coconut oil (VCO) can be produced from fresh coconut meat, milk, or residue. Producing it from the fresh meat involves removing the shell and washing, then either wet-milling or drying the residue, and using a screw press to extract the oil. VCO can also be extracted from fresh meat by grating and drying it to a moisture content of 10–12%, then using a manual press to extract the oil. Producing it from coconut milk involves grating the coconut and mixing it with water, then squeezing out the oil. The milk can also be fermented for 36–48 hours, the oil removed, and the cream heated to remove any remaining oil. A third option involves using a centrifuge to separate the oil from the other liquids. Virgin coconut oil looks slightly different from ordinary coconut oil and this differentiation cannot be made with the naked eye. This difference is mainly due to the presence of certain colloidal and other particles and moisture within it. On the other hand, ordinary oil is refined and is mainly left with the fatty acids in it and almost nothing else. Ideally, virgin coconut oil should be as clear as water. However, its color may vary slightly depending upon its processing. Virgin coconut oil has a very good taste and smell, like that of fresh coconuts, since it is derived from fresh coconuts and is subjected to very low, if not totally nil, heat and sunlight. It is also not refined. This preserves all the natural goodness of this oil, including a high content of vitamin-E and minerals, which are otherwise almost completely robbed from ordinary coconut oil during processes like heating, filtration, refining, and bleaching, which are done to make it colorless and odorless. Furthermore, virgin coconut oil is very effective as a moisturizing agent. Its antioxidant properties are far better than those of normal coconut oil.