Coconut, Strips from Sri Lanka (Organic)

Weight: 250

Coconut originates from the tropical regions of Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Coconuts have been cultivated for thousands of years, with evidence of their use dating back to ancient Indian and Polynesian cultures. The method of producing coconut flakes as we know them today was developed in the 19th century. These thin and delicious strips are a versatile and beloved tropical delight.

Coconut Strips offer a delightful tropical taste. They are mildly sweet, with a satisfying crunch and a rich, coconut flavour.

These strips are perfect for adding a tropical twist to your dishes. Whether used in baking, cooking, or snacking, they bring a touch of the exotic to your palate. You can use them as a topping for desserts like cakes and ice cream, mix them into your breakfast cereal, or incorporate them into savoury dishes like curries and stir-fries for added texture and flavour.

To keep your Coconut Stripes fresh and crispy, store them in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to moisture and direct sunlight, which can lead to sogginess and spoilage. Properly stored, they can have a long shelf life.

Organic European Label
Organic European



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