Hijo Superfoods Coco Sugar

Product Description:

• Retail packs in 250g • Also available in bulk as 25kg COCO SUGAR • Made from 100% pure coconut sap grown all around Mindanao, Philippines • Not refined, straight from nature • Flavor profile: earthy, nutty, and caramel flavor • Organic, 100% Natural, Plant-Based, Paleo-Friendly, Non-GMO, Gluten-free, Pesticide-Free COCO SUGAR is best for: • Coffee, Teas, Juices and other Beverages • Cakes, Pastries and other baking products • Condiments COCO SUGAR health benefits: • Low in Glycemic Index (GI) of 35 compared to refined sugar (65). Low GI foods reduce blood sugar levels and lower risk of heart disease • Contains Inulin which helps slow down glucose absorption and low in fructose (30%) unlike refined sugar (50%) • Unrefined, unprocessed and considered healthier than other chemical sweeteners • Loaded with nutrients that fight free radicals: • Nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus for bone growth, kidney and heart functions and cell growth • Potassium which reduces hypertension, helps regulate blood sugar and control cholesterol levels and weight • Vitamin C which boosts the immune system and for healthy skin and joints • Promotes good intestinal bifidobacterial which are probiotics in the intestines and stomach that help with digestion and staving off harmful bacteria


250g, 454g, 25kg, 50kg

Product Type:


Market Availability:

Worldwide, South Asia, ASEAN/ANZ, China, East Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Americas

Net Weight per Pack:

Retail Or Wholesale


Ingredients/raw materials used:


Dehydration / Drying


Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:



FDA-LTO/CPR, Kosher, Organic, Halal


Minimum Order Size:


Beverages, Beverages, Beverages

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