Found across much of the tropic and subtropics area, the coconut is known for its great versatility as seen in the many domestic, commercial, and industrial uses of its different parts, like Coconut Water, Copra and etc.,
Many Countries are importing the coconut from India. Especially cooking, Chocolate making and Oil Extraction. There are several different ways to enjoy fresh coconuts, which can be young or mature. Young coconuts have either a green shell or a white "husk" if the outer shell has been removed while mature coconuts are the more familiar-looking brown, hairy variety. The nutrients and physical characteristics change as a coconut matures. Young coconuts have more ‘water’ and soft, gel-like meat, and mature coconuts have firm meat and less ‘water'.
Especially The coconut palm is one of the most useful of all trees in the tropics, providing not only food but raw materials for making all sorts of useful furnishings, household supplies and even recreational equipment. The fruit or nut is eaten at different stages of development; for most recipes on the Web site we are primarily interested in the flesh of the mature coconut, which is shredded and roasted to add a rich, nutty flavor to certain dishes and pressed to make coconut milk and cream for curries and soups.
|Color||:||Golden white / Brown|
|Weight per Piece||:||450 grms to 600 grms per piece|
|Packing||:||25 or 50 pieces per bag|
|Rate||:||Piece Rate or Bag Rate|
|Purpose||:||Cooking, Chocolate manufacturing, Oil Extraction|