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Synonyms for coconut

the edible white meat of a coconut

large hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk

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You'll also see coconut milk, which is a liquid extracted from the grated flesh of ripe coconuts.
Panaji: The Goa government may have re-classified the coconut palm as a tree following protests, but the soaring price of coconuts - an essential food ingredient in the coastal state - appears to have triggered a new spell of politics.
The head of the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) has urged various stakeholders of the coconut industry in Quezon province 'to put their acts together' to achieve a full resurgence of the industry and contribute more to the country's economy.
Millennials largely perceive coconut as a naturally healthy food, and say its one of the main reasons they purchase coconut-based food products, new research by New Nutrition Business shows.
Nutiva Organic Liquid Coconut Oils are hexane free, and made without any chemicals or filler oils, so there's no harsh aftertaste.
Fatty Acid Distribution in Coconut Oil obtained by four processing methods and secured from four Philippine types of coconuts.
Others in the list were glycerin, 'bukayo' or sweetened fresh coconut meat, bath soap, powder coco milk, nata de coco, soap chips, coir and coir products, shampoo, coco peat or dust, fresh coconuts, coco chips, vinegar and liquid coconut milk.
With this registry, we could account immediately the number of our coconut farmers, the number of coconuts planted and the area planted to coconut, said Fegarido.
Coconuts are easy to harvest since the germinated fruit falls, sinks its roots into the soil, and in a few years, the seedling becomes a tree.
We also like Yes To Coconuts Ultra Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner, PS5.
In terms of coconut export, the region of Asia is on top as could be witnessed from emerging economies such as India and Indonesia where estimated 16 billion and more coconuts annual production while in Philippines about 15 billion coconuts harvested annually, which is sufficient to replenish local consumption as well as international markets.
American brands are "making really high margins and buy the coconuts for virtually nothing," Mintel's Forsyth told Beverage Daily.
The real difference is, DCOCO is not from mature coconuts, rather it is from young king coconuts which are purely cultivated for drinking coconut water.