• 1.5USD
    Coconut jelly is a chewy, translucent, jelly-like food produced by the fermentation of coconut water, which gels through the production of microbial cellulose by Acetobacter xylinum. Coconut jelly is most commonly sweetened as a candy or dessert and can accompany a variety of foods, including pickles, drinks, ice cream, puddings, and fruit cocktails.  
  • 3.0USD
    Coconut milk powder is a fine, white powder used in Southeast Asian and other cuisines. Coconut milk powder is manufactured through the spray drying process of raw unsweetened coconut cream and is reconstituted with water for use in recipes that call for coconut milk.Many commercially available coconut milk powders list milk or casein among their ingredients.
  • 3.0USD
    • 100% all-natural coconut oil
    • Certified organic
    • Triple filtered
    • Raw and cold-pressed
    • Vegan
    • Paleo
    • No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives
  • 8.0USD
    Coconut fiber is twisted to make coir rope which is woven to make coir mat. Usually use for outdoor paving, coconut coir mat has all the required characteristics to become the most eco-friendly product like 100% natural origin, highly resistant to fire or water, and easy to apply and remove leaving no trace of plastic or other artificial components.
  • 6.0USD

    Coir net is woven from only coconut fiber. Only coir is threaded into single or double wire and then put on the loom into nets at the request of the customer.

    Coir nets are mainly used to cover bare hills to prevent erosion.

  • 4.0USD
    Desiccated Coconut retains all the natural flavour and aroma of the coconut as the flesh is simply dried and grated. It's high in fibre and a delicious addition to cereal mixes, biscuits, muffins and cakes.