As a group, we offer a huge variety of coconut ingredients to food manufacturers and food service providers throughout the UK and Europe. As coconut suppliers, we offer a variety of preparation options for our customers to enjoy.
Coconuts produce various ingredients to enhance a number of applications. They leave little wastage, as you can use all of the fruit.
A coconut’s water, meat and skin are used to create oil, flour, cream plus much more. Versatile, tasty and perfect for cooking and baking.
Health Benefits of Coconut
Health wise Coconuts are high in potassium, vitamin C and iron, and have no cholesterol. They are vegan friendly and gluten free, meaning they are especially useful when it comes to offering dairy free alternatives.
Sustainable and Ethical Coconut Ingredients
We are always looking for opportunities to improve sustainability which is why we now offer aseptic 30% coconut cream. Less packaging, less food miles, same great taste.
Our team go the extra mile to ensure we understand the full journey of our coconut ingredients from harvest to delivery, giving our customers peace of mind.
Coconut Ingredients Available
|Aseptic Coconut Milk||17% Fat||20L|
|Aseptic Coconut Cream||24% Fat||20L|
|Aseptic Coconut Cream||30% Fat||20L|
|Coconut Aminos||Fermented coconut||10L|
|Coconut Milk Powder||100% dairy free powder||20KG|
|Coconut Vinegar||Sweet vinegar||20L|
The Big Questions
What are coconuts? Are they nuts?
Contrary to popular belief, coconuts are not a nut. They are classified as a fibrous one-seeded drupe.
In the UK they are considered be allergen free, therefore safe for those who are allergic to tree nuts.
What are the benefits of coconut milk?
One of the main questions customers ask when it comes to coconuts is ‘are they are good for you?’.
The truth is, although they have a high fat content, they are the type of fats that help destroy disease-causing organisms, protecting the body from infection.
Coconuts are full of healthy nutrients and are rich in fibre. They contain various vitamins such as C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6, along with minerals such as sodium, calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorous.
Choosing good quality coconut ingredients is very important, as many tins found in supermarkets lack these micro nutrients.
Is coconut milk dairy free?
Coconut milk is dairy free, but still offers the same creaminess and sweetness that you can expect from cow’s milk.
Coconut milk and cream are fantastic alternative when creating creamy drinks, desserts and sauces. Ideal for those with a dairy intolerance or allergy.
The differences between coconut milk and coconut cream
The main difference between coconut milk and coconut cream is the amount of water used compared to shredded coconut.
Coconut milk is traditionally one-part water with one-part coconut, whereas cream is four parts coconut and one-part water.
Coconut cream is thicker and can be used as a substitute for coconut milk, however it may need diluting with water for a thinner consistency.
Are monkeys used to help harvest coconut ingredients?
Unfortunately some suppliers and factories are known to use monkeys as part of their harvesting technique. However, we don’t work with factories have adopt this method. Our factories use only ethical strategies during harvesting, so you can buy with peace of mind. Click here for more information.