Greenlife Home Of Coconut Products Inc.


Product Description:

Organic Coconut Sap Aminos GreenLife Organic Coconut Sap Aminos is a delicious sauce and healthful condiments made from coconut sap. It is a soy-free and gluten-free perfect replacement for the sauce in the market. Organic Coconut Sap Aminos is high in amino acids, containing 17 different types that help to build blocks of protein. Amino acids play a vital role in muscle repair, brain and nervous system function. It assists in boosting the immune system and physical energy levels. Organic Coconut Sap Aminos has contained 14 times the amount of amino acids found in soy sauce. But it also contains minerals, Vitamin C and B Vitamins. It will use for salad dressings, marinades, stir-fries, and stews or dipping sauce.


375ml, 150ml, and 200L Food Grade Steel Drum

Product Type:


Market Availability:

South Asia, Europe

Net Weight per Pack:

375ml, 150ml,and 200L Food Grade Steel Drum


Ingredients/raw materials used:

Coconut Sap,Nectar Syrup, and Rock Salt


Bottling, Pasteurization


Shelf Life:

2 years from the production date

Major Export Markets:

Malaysia, UAE


FDA-LTO/CPR, Organic, Halal


Minimum Order Size:

At least one pallet per SKU, max 120 cartons


Organic And Natural

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