Culinary Coconut Milk - organic, ZoyaBG ®, 400 ml

Price: € 3.05 (€ 0.76 / 100 ml)

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Manufacturer: ZoyaBG ®
BB date: 03-05-2024
Origin: Sri Lanka
SKU: SKU14814
EAN: 3800231690998
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Organic coconut milk for cooking without thickeners

Organic coconut milk made of 100% coconut meat. Coconut milk with thick and creamy consistency, milky-white in colour and a sweet exotic aroma. This delicious coconut milk is a great vegan alternative to cream. Use as thickener for sauces, soups and a lot of Asian dishes are prepared with the pleasant coconut milk. Great ingredient for healthy and nutritious shakes and smoothies, raw desserts, pastries and sweet treats.

Without guar gum and other thickeners. Without water.
 100% coconut meat
 18% fats
 Plastic-free package.


Shake well before use to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Then add the required amount pointed in your chosen recipe and enjoy the tropical aroma.


100% white coconut meat (Cocos Nucifera)*

Nutritional values ​​per 100g:

Energy value - 900kJ / 215kcal
Fat - 18 g,
of which saturated - 15.68 g;
Carbohydrates - 3.21 g,
of which sugars - <0.1 g;
Fiber - 0.49 g;
Protein - 2.1 g;
Salt - 15.13 g.

400 ml

Shipping & handling
We ship within 24 hours with tracked and signed delivery. For Bulgaria it takes 1 day, for Greece and Romania: 1-2 days, for other EU countries it takes 3-5 days. Tracking number is available after your order upon request.

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