Sekaya Desiccated Coconut, Organic

Product Description:

Sekaya Desiccated Coconut is dried coconut meat that is shaved or flaked in different shapes and sizes, sweetened, toasted or salted with its fat content still intact. It can be eaten as a snack on its own or added to fruit bowls, cereals or baked products. A cup of dried coconut meat packs a load of nutrients with 18 grams of fiber and 7.5 grams of protein. The high fat content comes with MCT and Lauric Acid, which is great to sustain our mental and physical energy needs throughout the day. A delicious way of receiving high levels of specific nutrients! Available in shredded, shaved and in flakes, toasted, sweetened or both. Organic | Conventional | HALAL | Kosher | Fair Trade


toasted, unflavored, sweetened, salted, white, flakes, ground, unsweetened

Product Type:


Market Availability:


Net Weight per Pack:

35 Kilos, Retail Pack Of 500 Grams



Ingredients/raw materials used:



Dehydration / Drying



Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:

Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, South Korea, South Korea, Switzerland, United States of America


BRC, FDA-LTO/CPR, Kosher, HACCP, Organic, Halal, Gluten-free, Fair-trade, Non-GMO, Eco-Cert, OKO


Kraft Pouch

Minimum Order Size:

10 Pallets


Fruits And Vegetables, Organic And Natural, Raw Materials And Food Ingredients, Snacks And Crispy Savory Food Products

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