Coconut meat contains less sugar and more protein than any other common fruits like bananas, apples and oranges. It contains high minerals such as iron, phosphorus and zinc. Young coconuts used for coconut water are called tender coconuts. When the coconut is still green, the endosperm inside is thin and tender, and is often eaten as a snack, but the main reason to pick the fruit at this stage is to drink its water. The water of a tender coconut is liquid endosperm. It is sweet (mild) with an aerated feel when cut fresh. Depending on its size a tender contains 300 to 1, 000 ml of coconut water.
It is used as food and in foods like sweets, desserts. Though the quantity of liquid is small in this sort, it can be consumed normally.
The ripe coconut brings out the taste of the foods and can be substituted for nuts and almonds in many recipes, with an outstanding flavor. Under and after the fibrous husk is removed, the surface of the coconut is a very hard shell. The coconut shell is used to make earrings, necklaces and bracelets, cups, bowls, buttons, and even is used as a canvas for painting.
Coconut is a tropical fruit that is rich in protein. The meat of the coconut is very good in destroying intestinal parasites that we get from eating infected food. Coconut water is good for kidney and urinary bladder problems. Coconut water can be used by diabetics, since it does not contain sucrose (a type of sugar). The ripe coconut or brown coconut has very little water, but it is rich in meat as a result
|Specification||Semi - Husked Coconut|
|Name of the Product||Natural Indian Coconut|
|Maturity||Brought down from the tree once in 50 days|
|Grade||Semi – Husked|
|Coconut Size||500, 550-600|
|Weight||500gms to 600gms|
|Nut Size||12 to 16 Cm|