- Coconut flour sourced from Sri Lanka
- Ideal as a baking ingredient especially for those on gluten free diets
- High in fibre and nutrients
- 100% pure and organic, with no fillers, colours or binders, certified organic by the Soil Association, suitable for vegetarians & vegans
Coconut Flour is a by-product of the manufacture of coconut milk; it is what is left of the pulp once the milk has been removed. The flour has a very low fat content as most will have been removed with the oil. The famously nutty odour of the coconut is more subtle than in the oil. Our Coconut Flour is produced using a process that maximises the fibre content. This ‘dry method’, allows us to obtain an end product exceptionally high in protein. Once the Coconut Flour has been dried, it is packaged and shipped to the UK.
EU rules limit what we can tell you about our Coconut Flour’s health benefits. We can only mention benefits associated with nutrients it contains significant amounts of. Other benefits of consuming Coconut Flour, widely known in the health and wellbeing community, can’t be mentioned here until they are added by the EU to its health claims database. Consuming Coconut Flour aids the body’s metabolism and helps our bodies to transport oxygen around the body. The Magnesium in Coconut Flour helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue. Known as essential for proper red blood cell and haemoglobin formation, the Iron in Coconut Flour also supports our immune system and brain function.
Why buy from Sevenhills Organics? Sevenhills Organics only sells superfoods of the highest quality. We source directly from producers, so we’re always in touch with where our products are grown and processed. Our direct supply line and online-only availability, mean that our customers benefit from the best possible prices. We like to think of ourself as a virtual farmer’s market for superfoods, a no-frills way of buying great foods at the best prices.
Ingredients Organic Coconut Flour, certified by the Soil Association (GB-ORG-005) and registered by the Vegan society