LIMKETKAI MANUFACTURING CORPORATION

Marca Leon Coconut Oil (EXPORT)

Product Description:

Marca Leon Coconut Oil is made from select grade coconuts. It undergoes mechanical extraction and the physical steam-refining process according to the highest standards of quality and food safety. This product is rich in Vitamin A and lauric acid that has antimicrobial and antiviral properties, which helps boost immunity. It is free from cholesterol, trans fat, chemicals, additives, and preservatives. Its stability in high heat makes it perfect for cooking, frying, and baking. It has a shelf life of two years.

Variants:

bulk (20MT) and consumer sizes (Gallon, Half Gallon, 2 liters, 1 liter), Steel Drums, Totes, BIB

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide

Net Weight per Pack:

0.90

Allergen:

Ingredients/raw materials used:

Pure Coconut Oil

Process/es:

Mechanical Expeller-Pressed

Sources:

Mindanao

Shelf Life:

2 Years

Major Export Markets:

China, Malaysia, Singapore

Certifications:

Kosher, HACCP, Halal, FSSC 2200, GMP

Packaging:

Consumer Sizes And Bulk

Minimum Order Size:

One 20 Footer Container

Category:

Raw Materials And Food Ingredients

Export Ready?:

Yes

Marca Leon’s story was built from the family’s commitment to continuously deliver the promise of a superior product. We raised the standard of products made in the Philippines and enhance the Filipinos demand for quality.  Over the years, we have preserved these achieveme... [Read more]

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