Organic Coconut Sugar
Coconut Sugar is already gaining popularity and an essential part of the kitchen these days. Experts say that in the upcoming year’s coconut sugar will replace refined white sugar by 40-50% due to its benefits and low GI index value. Our organic coconut sugar is the boiled sap and dehydrated coconut palm and is considered as one of the best alternatives to regular white refined sugar. Just because of its low GI index value and low fructose content, our organic coconut sugar has caught a lot of attention among people who are health conscious.
It also contains several essential nutrients and small traces of minerals like Calcium, Zinc, Iron and Potassium. Coconut sugar is not as highly processed as white table sugar, which in turn results into a high purity of natural sweetener. Buy organic coconut sugar now and start consuming healthy nutrients. Coconut sugar is suitable for all ages people including children. Replacing white refined sugar with natural sweeteners like coconut sugar is one of the best ways to keep your life healthy and fit. Buy organic coconut sugar now and start consuming healthy nutrients.
Taste and flavor
With the slight hit of caramel-like flavor and much like brown sugar, it is very sweet and can be used in 1:1 ratio with regular white sugar. It comes in orange-brown color and may vary in coarseness and texture depending on the coconut species used and harvesting season.
1. Low-glycemic index of 35
2. Less sucrose and fructose
3. Natural sweeteners
4. Good for the gut
5. Better electrolytes
6. Relatively high on nutrients
Sugarous coconut sugar is a product of India and cultivates in the farms of Tamil Nadu by our local farmers. We believe in promoting Make In India mission and support our local farmers.
Q: Is coconut sugar 100% Natural sugar?
A: Yes coconut sugar is 100% natural and pure. It is a boiled sap of coconut flowers.
Q: Why coconut sugar is expensive in comparison to white refined sugar?
A: Producing coconut sugar is a very difficult process as farmers first collect the coconut flowers sap in containers by climbing the tall coconut trees that itself is a time-consuming process. After that sap is placed under heat for 5-6 hours to evaporate the water and further placed to dried up for a couple of days. After all this hassle the final outcome produced is the powdered coconut sugar.
Q: Is Coconut Sugar Nutritious Than White Sugar?
A: The answer is YES. Coconut sugar has a lot of nutrients and minerals.