Organic Coconut Flour
Coconut flour is produced from fresh finely grated or ground coconut meat with or without parings, or coconut sapal or defatted coconut kernels.
Why you should use coconut flour?
- Gluten free
- A rich source of dietary powder
- Helping you maintain a healthy weight
- Low in sugar, digestible carbohydrates and calories
- Has a low score on the glycemic index
- Contains zero grains, zero nuts
Sprinkling some in shakes and smoothies, or even in water, to add fiber, protein and coconut flour. Can be used as a thickener in soups, gravy and sauces, baking bread, muffins, cakes, and cookies. Coconut flour in pancakes and waffles, sweet, moist and delicious corn bread. An egg bath followed by a dredging in coconut flour and a coating of coconut flakes to make delicious fried chicken (or fried shrimp or fish).
|Colour & Appearance||- Creamy to light brown colour, fine powder, free from burnt, discoloured particles|
|Taste||- Characteristic to mild Coconut taste|
|Flavour||- Typical nutty flavour|
|Fat||- 12- 15%|
|Free fatty acid||- 0.2 %( max)|
|Primary||- LLDPE liner ( Heat Sealed), 500 g laminated pouches|
|Secondary||- 4 Ply craft paper bag|
25 kg,10 kg, 500 g No of 10 kg bags (20 FCL),
palletized 1200 (120 b/pallet) 10 kg bags (20FCL)
pack to the floor 2000 bags 25 kg (20 FCL)
pack to the floor 700 bags)
Store in cool dry place away from direct sunlight
|Nutritional Facts||Per 100g|
|Of which suger||12.6g|