MFD coconut sugar is made from coconut tree sap. The sap is tapped much like rubber trees by cutting the spandix and the sap starts to flow. This sap is collected early morning and again in the evening then combined for processing. At this stage the coconut sap is colourless with a sweet flavour and exhibiting strong aromatics.
So how does Coconut Tree Sap Sugar Taste?
Coconut sugar has a subtle sweet brown sugar taste with a slight hint of caramel.
Colour of Coconut Sugar
This color varies from a light beige to a dark caramel brown. The reason is coconut sap sugar is unrefined, not highly processed, therefore the color, sweetness and flavor will vary. These variables include the coconut species used, the season and location where it was harvested, and even the sap reduction process used.
Who uses Coconut Sap Sugar?
This product has gained popularity as a health food for people looking for alternative sugar sources.
The Glycemic Index of coconut sugar is 35 and is classified as a low glycemic index food.
Rich source of potassium, magnesium, zinc and iron.
Contains Vitamin B1, B2, B3 and B6
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