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Coconuts and their byproducts are of course useful. Every part of this gigantic tropical seed is utilized. The outer fibers are strong and durable used traditionally for bedding, matting and brushes. The husk is compacted and used for fuel and for insulation materials. The flesh and coconut milk in it´s different varieties used in the food industry. Also these products are used in the pharmaceutical industry. Coconut oil is prized for it´s medicinal effects and is a prime ingredient for lotions, potions, skin cream, ointments and shampoo and hair conditioners.
Coconut oil : It is derived from coconuts and acts as a surfactant and has good cleansing properties. It is used as an emollient in soaps and as a shine enhancer in some hair products.

Coconut milk : Blended with coconut cream and coconut water resulting in a form of milk emulsion. Concentrates of 5-7%, 12-14%, 17-19% and 19-22% fat. Good for cooking dishes and also making cookies.

Coconut cream powder : It is higher in content of 22% fat. Its thick texture is ideal for cookies recipes.

Coconut flakes : Freeze dried coconut flakes have a very sweet taste and contain no preservatives or chemical additives. They are freshly frozen to 20 degrees F below zero and then dried, retaining the nutrients.