Coconut Sugar and Coconut Syrup are multi-functional products that keeps the company running and where we owe the fame that we have now. These two are the values added to the teas and other array of products that we offer. These amazing by-products produced from coconut sap or the flower buds of a coconut tree before it turns into the nut itself has wonders like its parent tree. Formerly recognized as nothing but a liquor in the provinces of the Philippines, this wondeful outcome has saved many lives both literally and figuratively.
It is the finest alternative sweeteners from the tree of life, Coconut. This organically grown sweetener is produced through the process of evaporation with no preservatives and no harmful chemicals added.
The Glycemic Index (GI) of this type of sweetener based on test results from the Philippines, USA, Japan and Australia is in the range of 35 to 54 GI per serving. Other sugars, refined white, muscovado and molasses have GI range of 65 to 100 per serving.
This sugar is rich in macronutrient contents such as Potassium, Magnesium, Zinc and Iron and contains Vitamin B1, B2, B3 and B6. According to World Bank, coconut sugar is the most sustainable sweetener in the world.
Coconut Sugar is best used as an alternative for all sweeteners. It can be used in baking cakes, breads and pastries or can be taken solely in a cup of hot water.
Want to prepare a healthy meal for your family? Be it a sweetener for your family’s favorite dish or an added kick to your friends’ devoured pastries and topping to your pancake, then try this delectable Coconut Syrup that has been organically sourced and produced by the people around the foothills of Mt. Apo.
This syrup is the best alternative sweetener compared to other syrup types because of its Glycemic Index (GI) which is between 35 and 54. Dubbed as the most sustainable sweetener in the world according to World Bank, this sweetener, along with coconut sugar, is rich in macronutrient contents such as Potassium, Magnesium, Zinc and Iron and also contains Vitamin B1, B2, B3 and B6.
Coconut Syrup can be best taken as substitute to honey, topping to pancakes, breads and pastries and fillings to desserts and chocolates.
Source: PCA-PTAL September 11, 2000
The best alternative sweetener. Has Low Glycemic Index of 35 - 50. Recommended for Diabetics, Hypertensive and Health-Conscious Individuals.Product Alternate Name/s: Coco Sugar and Coco Syrup