Our Organic Coconut nectar is. Mild and smooth, it’s perfect for your morning cup of tea or as a recipe substitute for ordinary sugar or agave.
Everyone's heard about the dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup - Coconut nectar is mainly sucrose, which the body digests more slowly. Because this delicious, unrefined sweetener doesn't cause insulin spikes and blood-sugar crashes, you won't experience the post-sugar blues, unhealthy cravings, and weight gain that typically happen with sweet foods. And unlike regular table sugar, Coconut Nectar is loaded with minerals, enzymes, amino acids and other nutrients These nutrients also help slow down absorption of the sucrose, which is why Coconut Sugar is so low on the glycemic index.
- Made from the fragrant sap of coconut palm blossoms for exquisite floral taste.
- Works in any recipe where you need a sweetener
- Sustainably harvested in wildlife-friendly coconut groves
- Beyond-Fair-Trade: Carefully processed by small-holder farmers
- Low-glycemic, so it won’t cause the energy crash that sugar or honey do
- Vitamin & mineral-rich — not "empty calories!"
Beyond Fair Trade
- Grow in diverse, wild-life supportive agro-ecosystems
- Restore damaged soils
- Require very little water
- Produce 50-75% more sugar per acre than sugar cane
Coconut sugar is more than just a healthy product—compared to soil-depleting, water-intensive crops like sugar cane, it’s one of the most sustainable sweeteners in the world. Unlike destructive palm oil plantations, coconut palms integrate harmoniously with surrounding ecosystems to provide uninterrupted habitat for wildlife.
And while cane sugar is an annual crop, coconut sugar has daily harvesting, every day of the year.
- Timber for building
- Leaves used as roofing
- Coconuts as food
- Coconut water as beverage coconut husk for fuel coconut nectar as a sugar
This one tree has the single highest potential for lifting these farmers into a better life—with a net benefit to their environment. No wonder the coconut palm is known as the “Tree of Life,”
We also partner with regional NGO’s to educate local communities about cooperative management and global markets, which helps keep supply chains fair and transparent.
Harvest & Processing
The farmer ties these inflorescences into bunches and gently slices the tip of the flower spike to create a cut that drips pure nectar for the next 6 to 8 hours. The farmer attaches a container to capture the nectar—about half a liter per tree!
Every Product has an origin
and an impact
You stand at the finish line of an amazing journey with a miraculous beginning: Soil, Water, Sunshine...and Seed. With care and craftsmanship, Life unfolds, blossoms, and thrives. No chemicals needed. Just skill, hard work, and love for the land.
Every point on this map is a place that you touch. A farm. A community. An economy. An ecosystem.
These are the origins. You are the source.