Coconut is a fruit that is consumed in a number of forms - raw (flesh), milk, water and oil. Coconuts are believed to be native to Southeast Asia, where they have been cultivated and used in food for centuries.
Coconut is a simple dry nut, formed of a number of layers. The outermost is the brown husk, formed of fibers called coir, while the second one is endocarp i.e. an inner stone. As you remove the second layer, you get to the testa, which covers the white and fleshy edible part of fruit. Inside it is the coconut water, associated with a number of health benefits.
|Sugar:||Low added cane sugar for dehydrated coconut.|
|SO2:||Regular (<100ppm) for dehydrated coconut.|
|Regular (<50ppm) or none (<10ppm) for desiccated.|
20kg (4x5) ALU / 10kg (2x5) ALU / 18kg (6x3) ALU / Retail packs for dehydrated.
15lbs / 12,5kg / 25kg for desiccated.