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The coconut is the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). This is one of the few fruits whose names do not come from Greek, and its name comes from the Portuguese word for monkey (coco) due to the similarity between the spots on the fetus shell and the monkey face.
The fruit grows up to 30 m tall palm trees, giving their species and their age from 5 to 150 fruit per year. Each coconut weighs up to 2.5 kg. Coconut has a high fat content of 36.5%, it also contains potassium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamins from group B.
Copra is called the flesh, the nut of the coconut. It is the source of coconut milk and coconut oil, and when dried, it can be crushed on coconut.
The copra layer has a white or yellowish color, 6-12 mm thick. From one nut you can get from 80 to 500 grams of copra. It contains on average 5.8% water, 67% fat, 16.5% carbohydrate, 8.9% protein. Copper-extracted oil, by scraping and boiling in boiling water, is used as cooking oil, as a technical lubricant, in the production of glycerine, soap and napalm.
Consumption of coconut and coconut products helps control cholesterol levels. Coconut is an excellent source of energy, improves metabolism and strengthens the immune system.
The healing properties of coconut have long been known. It helps to fight viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites, but it is also useful for improving the digestive system and the liver. The coconut nourishes the skin and strengthens the wounds.
coconut sawdust, glucose-fructose syrup, sugar, wheat starch, gelatin, salt, dextrose.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy value: 1569 kJ / 374 kcal
Protein: 3.8 g
Fat: 14.8 g
of which saturated: 11.3 g
Carbohydrates: 53.9 g
of which sugars: 41.1 g
Salt: 0.0013 g
For direct consumption.
Packing: 100 g