Desiccated Coconut Supplier
From Indonesia

Dive into the exquisite world of our exported Desiccated Coconut, a pinnacle of coconut perfection meticulously crafted to meet and surpass international standards. Through a precise coconut drying process, we present a product that not only boasts a rich coconut taste but also a soft texture that embodies unparalleled quality. As a supplier of Desiccated Coconut from Indonesia, we utilize high-quality coconuts sourced from local farmers.



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18 MT

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Elevated by Select Raw Materials.

Our Desiccated Coconut is born from the bounty of fresh, high-quality coconuts, handpicked at the peak of perfection. Sourced from the finest coconut plantations, these coconuts provide the optimal raw material, setting the stage for the creation of exceptional Desiccated Coconut.

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production process of our Desiccated Coconut

Crafting Perfection through Meticulous Drying.

The production process of our Desiccated Coconut involves a meticulous drying technique, preserving the coconut’s natural moisture and nutrients. This careful drying methodology ensures a product with a smooth texture and an authentic coconut flavor that stands unrivaled.

Indulge in Smooth Texture and Intense Aroma.

Our Desiccated Coconut boasts a velvety texture with granules that effortlessly dissolve, delivering a seamless and delightful coconut experience. The intense coconut flavor and distinctive aroma impart a touch of excellence to various dishes and baking creations.

Our Desiccated Coconut boasts a velvety texture
Sustainable farming practices in our coconut resources

Commitment to Sustainability.

As proponents of sustainable farming, we collaborate with local coconut farmers employing eco-friendly practices. Sustainability is not just a value; it is an integral part of every phase of our Desiccated Coconut production.

Frequently Asked Question:

What exactly is desiccated coconut? It is the artful result of processing refined coconut, achieved by chopping or grating it without any additives, followed by meticulous hygienic drying.

The market offers two main types of desiccated coconut: high coconut oil content (high fat) and low oil content (low fat).

1. High Oil Content Coconut Flour.

The journey begins by opening the coconut shell, peeling the brown husk to reveal the white coconut meat. Grated and meticulously dried, this coconut flour, with an oil content exceeding 60%, undergoes careful processing to maintain its pristine color. Ground and sieved according to buyer specifications, it transforms into High Fat Desiccated Coconut.

2. Low Oil Content Coconut Flour.

Dried grated coconut undergoes a pressing process to extract the oil, resulting in coconut flour with reduced fat content. The subsequent steps involve grinding and sieving to achieve a fine flour consistency.

On an industrial scale, coconut flour with low oil content (below 10%) is often processed from grated coconut pulp, already squeezed for coconut milk. The residual pulp is then dried and finely ground, meeting specific requirements.

Coconut sugar stands as one of Indonesia's oldest sweeteners, deeply rooted in tradition. The coconut tree, an eco-friendly and sustainable plant, remains productive for sugar production until reaching the age of 50.

Crafted from pure coconut flower nectar (Cocos nucifera), Organic Coconut Sugar undergoes a natural processing method by skilled coconut sugar artisans. Harvesting involves a daily ritual of caring for coconut flowers, requiring techniques like massaging and precise cutting to ensure productivity.

Organic coconut sugar primarily hails from Central Java (Banyumas, Purbalingga, Cilacap, and neighboring areas), recognized as the main source of coconut sugar in Indonesia. The mastery required to extract pure coconut flower nectar sets Organic Coconut Sugar apart, a testament to the artisans' unique skills.