Net Weight: 250g
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Health Benefits and Nutrition info
Coconut sugar contains a fibre called inulin, which may slow glucose absorption and make coconut sugar have a lower glycaemic index that regular sugar. This makes coconut sugar more appealing to people who suffer from diabetes but even though it is okay for them to use coconut palm sugar as a sweetener they should not treat it any differently than regular sugar.
Coconut sugar is a sugar produced from the sap of cut flower from the coconut palm, a natural alternative to sugar.
It has been used as an alternative sweetener for thousands of years in Asian regions where the coconut palm is in abundant supply. The world’s largest producers of coconuts are the Philippines and Indonesia.
How to enjoy
It has a very low melt temperature and an extremely high burn temperature so it can be used for baked products as a replacement to sugar.
Ways of use and more
Coconut sugar can be used in:
- Baked goods