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Coconut sugar is obtained from the nectar of the flowers that grow on coconut trees. This substance has been commonly used in Asian countries since ancient times.

In recent years the use of coconut sugar has become increasingly popular, due to its low glycaemic index that does not alter in excess blood sugar levels and its delicious caramel-like flavour.

Coconut sugar is an organic sugar: it is produced and processed sustainably and is thought to be one of the world’s most environmentally friendly and sustainable sugars.

Ingredients

Ingredient Quantity/ daily dose
Organic coconut sugar (
Cocos nucifera L.)

Free from artificial colours, additives and preservatives.

How to use

Add to sweeten juices, milkshakes, coffee, vegetable drinks, etc.
You can use it as a substitute for white sugar in baking recipes as it resists baking.

1 dessert spoon = around 4.5 grams

Packaging

Contains 300g (10.58 oz.)

Cosmetic table

Coconut sugar is obtained from the nectar of the flowers that grow on coconut trees. This substance has been commonly used in Asian countries since ancient times.

In recent years the use of coconut sugar has become increasingly popular, due to its low glycaemic index and its delicious caramel-like flavour.

Coconut sugar is an organic sugar: it is produced and processed sustainably and is thought to be one of the world’s most environmentally friendly and sustainable sugars.

Of Indonesian origin

Coconut sugar has been commonly used in Asian countries since ancient times. Drasanvi has chosen to source it in Indonesia due to its long tradition there as well as the high quality of the raw materials used and their extraction methods that respect both the plant itself and the environment.

Organic certification

We meet the highest quality standards during the collection and processing of the coconut sugar we use, which has led it to become a certified organic product. Coconut sugar is considered the world’s most environmentally friendly sugar.

Low glycaemic index

The glycaemic index indicates the amount of carbohydrates a product releases. Products with a high glycaemic index have a high rate of absorption and give way to an abrupt change in carbohydrate levels in the blood. On the other hand, products with a low glycaemic index release carbohydrates over a longer period of time, helping to keep sugar levels in the blood more constant.

Delicious aroma and exquisite taste

Coconut sugar is not only characterized by its properties, but also has an unmistakable flavor, contributing to your desserts and dishes a touch of caramel, very different from that provided by other sugars and sweeteners

Additional info

Indonesian origin

Coconut sugar has been commonly used in Asian countries since ancient times. Drasanvi has chosen to source it in Indonesia due to its long tradition there as well as the high quality of the raw materials used and their extraction methods that respect both the plant itself and the environment.

Organic certificate

We meet the highest quality standards during the collection and processing of the coconut sugar we use, which has led it to become a certified organic product. Coconut sugar is considered the world’s most environmentally friendly sugar.

Delicious flavour and exquisite taste

Coconut sugar is not only characterized by its properties, but also has an unmistakable flavor, contributing to your desserts and dishes a touch of caramel, very different from that provided by other sugars and sweeteners.

Nutrition Facts

Per 100 g

Ingredients %/100 g Quantity/100 g
Fat 0.01% 0.01 g
of which saturated fat 0% 0 g
Carbohydrates 92.1% 92.1 g
of which sugars 90.0% 90.0 g
Fibre 1.39% 1.39 g
Proteins 1.41% 1.41 g
Salt 0.02 % 26.3 mg

383 Kcal · 1628 KJ

Ingredients %NRV Quantity/ 10 g
Vitamin C 2.18% 1.75 mg
Calcium 0.27 % 2.2 mg

% NRV (Nutrient Reference Values)