Food & Beverage

Aug 1, 2017

GO ORIGINAL

Do you feel like a quick jump to that tropical beach you loved so much, from last years' holidays? And the refreshing taste of that coconut water you can still feel in your mouth? You think I'm teasing you?

Now, picture this: imagine yourself in a big European city, drinking a natural coconut water from the coconut itself. Could be a dream, a few years ago, but now it's possible.

The idea came out from the very heart of Thailand and the product is prepared in Spain, to be distributed throughout Europe. So far, it is being distributed to the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg and the United Arab Emirates. And it is already being taken care for distribution in the North and South Americas.

The product itself is as natural as it can be. Genuine Coconut uses the Nam Hom variety of coconut from a specific area in Thailand. This is a special, quality-known variety for their particular fragrance, freshness and sweetness.

Though it may seem easy, the coconut is highly perishable and very complex to store while keeping its original properties. Therefore, a lot of hard work was required from the fields of Thailand, to logistics and production handling.

The certified organic coconut water is delivered in its natural container: a coconut!

The coconut is prepared and equipped with an easy opening system (a company exclusive patent) and a straw.

The Thailand base ships the coconuts on a weekly basis, with atmosphere and temperature control and, as soon as they arrive in Spain, they are peeled, branded on the shell with laser and the easy opening seal is placed into it.

The biodegradable ring is made of coconut fibre recycled from the shell itself and a natural resin is attached to it, in order to keep the water inside 100% aseptic until the moment it is open for consumption.

These coconuts come from organic crops, that respect biological cycles and contribute to the health of the local agricultural systems. They are picked before fully ripe, the ideal time when the coconut holds a large quantity of water inside, containing all the vital nutrients and minerals.

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