Organic Coconut Sugar
100% Natural Unrefined Sweetener
|250g resealable pack|
|Quantity (Pack)||Price per pack (SGD) inclusive GST|
|Normal||1 & 2||5.90|
|Deal||3 & above|
|1kg resealable pack
|Normal||1 & 2||18.50|
|Deal||3 & above|
Best Before: May 2022
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|Subtitle||100% Natural Unrefined Sweetener|
|Show Sale Below Title||No|
|Diets||Diabetic Friendly, Vegan, Halal, Vegan Friendly, Working Adults|
|Meals||Breakfast, Desserts, Dinner, Lunch, Snacks|
|Country of Manufacture||Indonesia|
INGREDIENTS: 100% coconut palm sugar
Certified organic: USDA, EU
- Certified Organic
- Natural, Unrefined
- Low GI
Nature’s Superfoods’ Organic Coconut Palm Sugar is made from 100% PURE nectar of the coconut palm tree (cocos nucifera) flowers, and air-dried to become brown crystals. It is not mixed with palm saps of other varieties, or cane sugar. All-natural, organic, unrefined, gluten-free, preservative-free. No additives, no bleaching.
COCONUT SUGAR: Coconut sugar is considered a better natural sweetener due to its low Glycemic Index (GI) of 35, nutrient content and delicious, rich caramel-like flavor. They contain nutrients like minerals Iron, Zinc, Calcium and Potassium, and Polyphenols; unlike the common table sugar (white cane sugar) which is stripped of all vital nutrients and provide just 'empty' calories. It also provides a slow release of energy. All these make coconut palm sugar a diabetic-friendly natural sweetener. It is less sweet than ordinary white sugar, it has an amazing taste – a great alternative sweetener to satisfy your sweet tooth without sacrificing your health.
Botanical name: Cocos nucifera
For more frequently asked questions on Organic Coconut Sugar, click here.
- Low GI (35) sweetener
- Will not spike blood levels & slow release of energy
How To Use:
1) Use as 1-to-1 replacement for regular cane sugar (white/brown/raw sugar) in hot/cold beverages, cooking and baking.
Note: All sweeteners, even healthy ones like coconut palm sugar, should be NOT BE consumed in excess. Low GI does not mean NO calories.