1. Coconut Charcoal Briquette
Coconut Charcoal Briquette is a compact block charcoal which made from coconut shell charcoal. Our charcoal briquette is made of granular coconut shell charcoal that is crushed charcoal and moulded using a natural binder. As fuel, it is hotter and last longer than ordinary charcoal. It is suitable for household use both indoor and outdoor. Also, it can be used in food industries, for barbecue, stove fuel, metallurgy, etc
2. Barbecue Charcoal Briquettes
Barbecue Charcoal Briquette is one of the alternative fuels that can maintain the burning flame. Generally charcoal briquettes are made from coconut shells, sawdust, or other wood waste that has been processed and given several other materials. These materials are then made into charcoal by burning.
3. Coconut Shell Charcoal
Coconut Shell Charcoal is a compact block charcoal made from coconut shell charcoal. As a fuel, it is hotter and lasts longer than ordinary charcoal. It is suitable for indoor and outdoor household use. Also, it can be used in the food industry, for barbecue, stove fuel, metallurgy, etc
Coconut fiber, is a natural fiber extracted from the husk of coconut and used in products such as floor mats, doormats, brushes and mattresses. Coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut. Other uses of brown coir (made from ripe coconut) are in upholstery padding, sacking and horticulture. White coir, harvested from unripe coconuts, is used for making finer brushes, string, rope and fishing net
5. Cocopeat Block
Cocopeat is a by-product of coconut after we extract the fiber from the coconut shell/shell. In simple terms, cocopeat is a sponge made from crushed or softened coconut fiber. Often referred to as peat coir or coir dust, cocopeat is light brown in color. Cocopeat has the ability to hold large amounts of water like a sponge
6. Cocopeat Bulk
Cocopeat is a by-product of coconut after we extract the fiber from the coconut shell/shell. In simple terms, cocopeat is a sponge made from crushed or softened coconut fiber. Often referred to as peat coir or coir dust, cocopeat is light brown in color. Cocopeat has the ability to hold large amounts of water like a sponge.
7. Coconut Semi Husked
Semi husked coconut is well known for its distinct flavor and the goodness of fresh coconut water that goes a long way to describe the long standing inter relation between mankind and nature.
8. Coconut Oil
Coconut Oil is a vegetable oil extracted from the flesh of coconut fruit (species: Cocos nucifera). Based on the extraction technique, coconut oil can be grouped into three types: Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO), Non-RBD Coconut Oil, and RBD Coconut Oil (Refine, Bleach, Deodorize).
9. Desiccated Coconut
Desiccated coconut is crisp, snow white in colour and has a sweet pleasant and fresh taste of the nut. It is made from fresh coconuts which are harvested at just the right time to ensure the best flavor.
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