desiccated Coconut

Scientific Name: Cocos nucifera 

Desiccated Coconut Production is done by grating, drying (3% moisture content max.), and unsweetened fresh meat or kernel of a mature fruit of coconut. Desiccated Coconuts are graded by its cutting size, for example, fine grade and medium grade where fine grade is smaller particle size than the medium grade. Our Desiccated Coconut products are categorized as:

  • Desiccated Coconut (Medium) - High Fat
    • Fat Content : 67% 
    • Particle Size : 
      • > 90 % through 2.80 mm sieve 
      • > 20 % through 0.71 mm sieve 
  •  Desiccated Coconut (Medium) - Low Fat
    • Content : 45 - 55% Particle Size : 
      • > 90 % through 2.80 mm sieve 
      • > 20 % through 0.71 mm sieve 
  • Desiccated Coconut (Fine) - High Fat 
    • Content : 67% Particle Size : 
      • > 80 % through 1.40 mm sieve
      • < 20 % through 0.71 mm sieve 
  •  Desiccated Coconut (Fine) - Low Fat 
    • Content : 45 - 55% Particle Size : 
      • > 80 % through 1.40 mm sieve 
      • < 20 % through 0.71 mm sieve 

Coconut Chips & Chiplets 

Scientific Name: Cocos nucifera 

The dehydrated coconut chips & chiplets are one of the important products of intermediate moisture coconut kernel. A process was developed for producing white color sweet coconut chips & chiplets by osmotic dehydration followed by hot air drying. The dehydrated coconut chips & chiplets are in ready-to-eat form and can be used as snacks or it can be used at any time just like fresh kernel after rehydration of the chips & chiplets. Coconut chips are smaller in size than chiplets. These chips can be obtained as: 

  • Roasted Saltened 
  • Sweetened 
  • Cocoa flavor 
  • Pineapple flavor 
  • Cinnamon flavor 
  • Ginger flavor Savory and garlic + curry leaves mix 


Coconut Flakes 

Scientific Name: Cocos nucifera 

Flaked coconut has the largest pieces. A special coconut grater creates long and wide flakes. As you run the scraper over the coconut, it creates perfect flakes. Our Organic Coconut Flakes and Coconut Chips are dehydrated at a low temperature to provide amazing flavor and fragrance.