Why Coconut Blossom Sugar?
KULAU Organic Coconut Sugar is less sweet and contains less calories
than cane sugar. In addition it has an delicious, enjoyably soft caramel
taste and contains a range of minerals and trace elements.
The production of coconut blossom sugar is deemed to be especially
friendly to the environment: On the one hand palms need very little
water, on the other hand the yield per hectare compared to cane sugar
is almost twice as high. Coconut plantations are in contrast to sugar
plantations no monocultures, but make it possible to grow further crops
between the palm trees.
KULAU Organic Coconut Sugar is:
. gluten-free . vegan . lactose-free . extraordinary hint of caramel
KULAU Organic Coconut Sugar gives each dish you prepare a natural
sweetness. It is fine melting and has a slight caramel flavour. The coconut
blossom sugar is available in a 150 g and 300 g glass as well as in a 1 kg
solid base pouch.
Coconut sugar is extracted from the nectar of the coconut blossom.
First the viscous juice is collected from the blossom of the coconut
tree. Then the sweet sap is boiled until it turns into a thick syrup. In
the next step the sap is cooked until it crystallizes. During this process
the extraordinary, slight caramel taste develops. Ultimately to get the
familiar fine sugar structure, the cooled mass is grounded afterwards.
Promise of quality
Our products meet the highest quality standards. KULAU Organic
Coconut Sugar is certified to organic and vegan standards. We regularly
control and sample the harvest on site before getting our raw materials
and products screened by an independent laboratory in Germany.
We obtain our sugar from our trusted partner Javara from Indonesia.
Javara has made the mission to protect Indonesian biodiversity, as
well as the country ´s indigenous knowledge and traditions. For the
extraction of coconut blossom sugar around 1100 small farmers cultivate
plantations with coconut trees.
coconut sugar from organic agriculture
KULAU Organic Coconut Sugar ist available in 1 kg, 300 g and 150 g.
Energy: 1595 kJ/381,6 kcal
fat: 0,4 g
of which saturates: 0,1 g
carbohydrate: 93,4 g
of which sugars: 91,5 g
protein: 1,1 g
salt: 0,1 g