Types Of Coconuts

Types Of Coconuts

Coconuts are fruits that grow on coconut palm trees. The fruit contains high levels of fat and can either be dried or eaten fresh. Among the most widely grown crops in the tropics, it is an important source of protein. Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh are the regions of India that cultivate coconuts. As a food item, the white part of the nut is consumed, whereas the liquid part, known as coconut water, is consumed as a beverage.

Types of Coconuts:-

 

  1. Copra
  2. Tender Coconut
  3. Semi Husked Coconut

Copra Coconut

Coconut oil is extracted from coconut copra, the dried, white flesh of the coconut. Coconut/Copra is a rich source of antioxidants, dietary fiber, and manganese, which promotes a healthy heart, improves brain function, boosts immunity, and reduces anemia and cancer risk. Since quality is of utmost importance to us, we offer a wide range of unadulterated sun-dried copra that has a long shelf life.

Tender Coconut

Tender Coconut, or Vata in Tamil, is a natural drink known as Mother Nature’s cool drink. It is considered the only natural drink available in the world.

Tender Coconut contains high levels of water and electrolytes that balance the water and salt in the body, unlike processed iced drinks. It is also rich in minerals such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, and iron which are essential for good health. Apart from these benefits, Tender Coconut is also believed to have medicinal properties that can cure common illnesses like stomach aches, headaches, etc.,

Semi Husked Coconut

Semi-Husked Coconut is processed from fully matured fresh coconuts which are procured from trees that are grown on extremely fertile soil that are free from any kind of diseases or pest attacks.

To increase the shelf life of the coconut while de-husking, the husk is left intact over the eyes of the coconut. We use high-quality packaging techniques to prevent decay or discoloration. This ensures that the product retains its freshness and nutritional content.

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