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Coconut Sugar

+ Sustainably sourced from the nectar of coconut blossoms

+ Delicious caramelly taste

+ Flavoursome alternative to traditional refined sugars


Coconut sugar is the crystallised nectar of tropical coconut blossoms, collected from rainforest canopies. Boasting a rich, toffee-like flavour with subtle coconut undertones, it is favoured in culinary circles as a more flavoursome natural alternative to traditional sweeteners.

Good for you, good for the planet
Our 100% pure coconut sugar is a healthier and more sustainable alternative to traditional refined sugars. With a higher mineral and nutrient content and lower glycemic index, our fairly traded coconut sugar is sustainably harvested and naturally processed by a community of traditional coconut farmers in Central Java, Indonesia using a simple, time honoured process of evaporation and crystallisation. Power Super Foods Coconut Sugar is harvested in different locations to that of the wild orangutans, ensuring these charming “gardeners of the forest” are protected and can continue their crucial role of maintaining the health of the forest ecosystem. The remarkable coconut palms also contribute significantly to the local economy in Java, where they produce over 100 types of profitable products for the community.


Certified Organic fairly traded Coconut Palm Sugar (Cocos nucifera).


Harvested high in the swaying canopy of the tropical coconut palm trees in Indonesia, our coconut sugar is sustainably harvested from the crystallized nectar by traditional farmers. Dried and packaged without any additional processing helps retain nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc and potassium as well as a small amount of inulin (soluble fibre) to slow down the absorption of glucose for better blood sugar balance.

Our high quality coconut sugar is unbleached and unrefined and grown chemical free as nature intended. For a finer grain and smoother texture you try giving it a quick spin in a food processer.

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