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Having rich knowledge in this domain, we are engrossed in offering top grade Coconut Nectar. Widely used as a natural sweetener in baking recipes, tea, coffee, syrup, this is widely demanded across the globe. It is processed under the most hygienic conditions using fresh quality coconut. Examined on various quality aspects, this Coconut Nectar can be purchased from us at pocket friendly rates.
- Long shelf life
- Free from impurity
- Rich taste
- Optimum freshness
Coconut nectar is a nourishing natural sweetener, the nutritional content of this nectar is many times richer than other commercialized sweeteners.
Coconut nectar bears essential minerals, vitamins and photo-nutrients (potassium, iron, zinc, iron, vitamins like B6, B1, B2 and B3) that have been removed out of refined white sugars. If analyzed with brown sugar the coconut nectar has 18 times more potassium, 10 times more zinc and 30 times more phosphorus. It has low glycemic index of 35 and thus it debars the sudden highs and lows related to refined sugars. Moreover, it also helps in boosting the health of body making it superior and holds up insulin levels of body. Apart from this it also maintains the sugar level of body.
In comparison with Coconut Nectar, most of the commercial agaves have GI 42, sugar cane has GI 68 and Honey has GI 55 index levels.
A fresh, pure and unprocessed evaporated coconut nectar can be utilized as 1:1 ratio as a substitute of high fructose sweetener such as agave, cane sugar, corn and maple.
- The offered coconut nectar is acknowledged for its gluten and preservative free composition.
- It is ideal for vegetarian persons
- Available in unprocessed form
- Enriched with numerous nutrients
- It falls under low glycemic index (GI 35)
- It is used as a natural sweetener
- It is obtained form well chosen coconut flower
- It does not contain cane sugar
- Low-glycemic have a GI of <55
- Average-glycemic food has GI of 56-69
- High glycemic foods contain GI of >70
After collection of coconut flower blossom, nectar is extracted from these flowers by adopting tapping technique. The derived transparent nectar is collected and is boiled until it transformed into toddy sugar of golden brown color. At the final stage, coconut sugar is produced.