Report – Export of Coconut and Coconut Products Touched a Peak of Rs 1450 Crore in 2016

Imports and Exports
If a report by the Coconut Development Board published on Economic times is anything to go by, the exports of Desiccated coconut have gone up by 63%; the increase was calculated to be 23% in the case of coconut oil over the previous year. The recent years have witnessed remarkable growth in the export of coconut and coconut-based products. The overall value and volume in the export of desiccated oil and coconut oil and activated carbon have touched a new high than the previous years. However, activated carbon export figures hovered around 13 per cent, which is considered below par. In 2015, shortage of coconuts had affected the exports of activated carbon badly. The industry report also shows that the export of virgin coconut oil faced decline as the growth…
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Key Trends and Analysis of the Coconut Products Market in 2019

Imports and Exports
The global coconut product market was estimated at US $ 5.7 Billion in 2018, as per Coconut Products Market Report by Products (Coconut Oil, Coconut Powder, Coconut Milk/Cream, Coconut Water, Desiccated Coconut and others), by Form (Liquid and Solid) and by Region (Latin America, North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa), released by Coherent Market Insights. Here are the dot points of how the coconut products will look like in 2019. 1. Among coconut products, coconut oil segment is estimated to be a market grabber. The applications of coconut oil are multitude: toiletry, food and industrial sectors. Coconut oil is stable, saturated and biodegradable and offers long shelf life to fried products, which is slated to propel the growth of coconut products industry during forecast period. 2. Coconut…
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Tips to Choose a Fresh Coconut this Summer!

Imports and Exports
Here are some quick tips to choose a fresh coconut this summer: 1. When you shake the different coconuts available, you will want to pick a coconut that has a lot of water content inside. Check if the coconut produces a sloshing noise when you shake it: if it doesn’t, then don’t go for it. Coconut with lots of coconut water are a lot fresher than those with less water and are likely develop cracks or leaks where water can escape, and moulds have formed inside. 2. Interestingly, you need to check if the main mouldy area is near the fruit’s soft eyes. The coconut has three eyes: not all eyes are equal though. One of the eyes is softer than the rest, because the area around the soft eye…
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