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Koko Unsweetened

Original price £1.60 - Original price £16.99
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Koko Unsweetened, the no sugar dairy free alternative to milk made with coconut milk and fortified with calcium and vitamins D2 and B12. With only 19 calories per 100ml serving. 

Tastes like dairy, Koko Unsweetened was benchmarked against skimmed cows milk and has no added sugar. It's appearance, texture and taste is remarkably close to skimmed cows milk with no strong coconut flavour. 

  • Ambient long life milk.
  • New look, same great taste - Tastes like dairy, made with plants. Our unsweetened coconut milk tastes remarkably close to skimmed dairy milk.
  • Terrific on tea and coffee, superb on cereal, delicious in smoothies and awesome just on its own. Can also be used for cooking and baking. Shake well before use.
  • Sustainably produced, Koko pack their coconuts within hours of being picked – always by human hands - to guarantee freshness, ripeness and the highest quality. Certified No Monkey Business.
  • Suitable for Vegans - Dairy Free, Soya Free, Lactose Free, Gluten Free, Nut Free, Free from Artificial flavours, Colours and Preservatives.
Weight: 1L x 1

With a name like Koko you’d expect them to be a bit nuts about coconuts.

Koko are a family-owned company that makes sure their coconuts are grown the way nature intended and packed within hours of being picked – always by human hands – to guarantee the highest quality. Koko coconuts are grown, farmed and produced sustainably. Picked by human hands with no monkey business.

Koko loved the milk inside coconuts so it seemed natural to turn it into another kind of milk that more people could enjoy. Using their exclusive coconut know-how, they created a milk that tastes remarkably close to semi-skimmed dairy milk.

In Asia the coconut tree is known as ‘the tree of life’. Coconut flesh makes nutritious food, the water is hydrating to drink, the strong wood can be used to build houses, the shells are great for compost and fuel and the husk is used for ropes, mats and stuffing. Coconut trees also like growing in salty environments where other plants won’t grow. Sustainable and clever!