Helps with cellular function and metabolism (vitamin B1, B3 and B6)
Helps to protect your body’s cells from free radical damage (vitamin E - antioxidant and selenium)
Helps to kill harmful pathogens like bacteria, viruses and fungi (lauric acid)
What goes in.
Certified organic coconut extract (75%), filtered water (25%).
What's kept out.
Preservatives, sweeteners or thickeners.
Did you know?
Did you know many commercial coconut milks don’t contain much coconut at all? This is especially true for ‘lite’ varieties — they’re usually diluted with large amounts of water to make them, well, lighter. This means you could be paying more for something you could do yourself at home. Plus, you’re getting far less nutrients.
Grown and pressed in Sri Lanka.
Despite coconut milk being a go-to for hearty curries and laksas, it works just as well in sweet dishes. Try adding it to your smoothies, use it to make your own yoghurt or ice cream, or mix it with chia seeds for an overnight pudding.