Stone Ground 
Coconut Butter

INGREDIENTS

Organic Coconut*
*100% Regenerative Organic Certified™ Coconut

ALLERGEN STATEMENT

Contains Tree Nuts (Coconut).

Processed in a dedicated peanut-free and gluten-free facility with no other allergens besides almond and coconut.

SHELF LIFE

Good for 1 year from production date, stamped on jar. Refrigeration not recommended (decreases flavor, hardens texture). Keeping the lid on and not double-dipping or introducing foreign matter into the jar will maximize shelf life. All expiration dates are best guesses; your nose and tongue are the best judge of product freshness!

NUTRITION FACTS

Serving size 2 Tbsp (28g)
Servings per 6 oz container 6

Amount per serving:
Calories 180,  
Total fat 18g (23% DV)
Saturated fat 16g (80% DV)
Cholesterol 0 mg (0% DV)
Sodium 10mg (0% DV)
Total carbohydrate 7g (3% DV)

Dietary fiber 5g (18%DV)
Total Sugars 2g
Includes 0g added sugars (0% DV)
Protein 2g
Calcium 0mg (0% DV)
Iron 1mg (6% DV)
Potassium 188mg (4% DV)
 

LABEL

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What is "Regenerative"?

The Sri Lankan coconut cooperative's regenerative philosophy is based on three pillars: 1) nurture social fairness, 2) heal the soil, and 3) cultivate circular economy. Details about each pillar below:

1) Nurture social fairness: The farmers receive fair and stable prices to cover the cost of production and to boost income levels. The cooperative also provides them with

interest-free loans for regenerative practices such as land development, intercropping, and irrigation.

2) Heal the soil: Over half of their farmers graze cattle on their coconut estates—converting weeds and grass into manure, stimulating growth of plant roots, and sequestering CO2. Multiple intercrops between coconut trees increase biodiversity, reduce pest pressure, and promote sequestration of CO2.

3) Cultivate circular economy: The by-products generated from the processing operation are used on-site or sold as raw materials for different value additions. Coconut husks are sold to village entrepreneurs to produce fibre and chips for the export market. Coconut shells are used to fire the in-house boiler in a bid to reduce the use of fossil fuel. Seed cake is exported or sold as animal feed. Coconut water is used to produce energy drinks for the export market. Treated wastewater is used for irrigation of vegetable and fruit plots within the factory premises.

The Sri Lankan coconut cooperative's regenerative philosophy is based on three pillars: 1) nurture social fairness, 2) heal the soil, and 3) cultivate circular economy. Details about each pillar below:

1) Nurture social fairness: The farmers receive fair and stable prices to cover the cost of production and to boost income levels. The cooperative also provides them with

interest-free loans for regenerative practices such as land development, intercropping, and irrigation.

2) Heal the soil: Over half of their farmers graze cattle on their coconut estates—converting weeds and grass into manure, stimulating growth of plant roots, and sequestering CO2. Multiple intercrops between coconut trees increase biodiversity, reduce pest pressure, and promote sequestration of CO2.

3) Cultivate circular economy: The by-products generated from the processing operation are used on-site or sold as raw materials for different value additions. Coconut husks are sold to village entrepreneurs to produce fibre and chips for the export market. Coconut shells are used to fire the in-house boiler in a bid to reduce the use of fossil fuel. Seed cake is exported or sold as animal feed. Coconut water is used to produce energy drinks for the export market. Treated wastewater is used for irrigation of vegetable and fruit plots within the factory premises.

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We're proud to offer the world's first Regenerative Organic Certified™ coconut butter! See bottom of page for information on what this means.

Our coconut butter is stone ground in small batches, making it smooth, creamy, soft, and moist, unlike commercially mass-produced chocolate coconut butters, which are chalky, hard, and dry.

That's because the fat, fiber, and protein is evenly distributed during our 24 hours of slowly stone grinding the product to the point where it is a drinkable molten white gold, which then solidifies at room temperature.

Our non-stone-ground competitors use high-speed, high-temperature metal cutting machines that process thousands of pounds per hour. This results in the oils being unevenly separated, creating the chalky dryness that ruins coconut butter for most people. Also, the coconut butter can become rapidly oxidized or rancid, or contaminated with heavy metals.

The flavor of our coconut butters holds an incredible natural sweetness, which is enhanced by this low-speed, low-temperature stone grinding process. Nothing can beat the quality of small batch, traditionally processed foods!

How to Use

  • Melt it for a rich variety of applications from fondue to chocolate shell over ice cream!
  • Warm it to spread on toast, crepes, waffles, or fruit
  • Mix into oatmeal cereals, smoothies, tea, or coffee
  • Bulletproof coffee or mocha: blend 1-2 tbsp for a smooth latte that delivers caffeine more effectively to your brain
  • Use in place of milk, cream, or butter in recipes
  • Eat it straight out of the jar for a quick hit of MCT energy
  • Make your own coconut milk: blend 1-2 tbs per 8oz with hot water

You can find more fun recipes on our recipe page!

Visit our Instagram page for more recipe inspiration.

*Separation is natural with coconut butter of all kinds and is unavoidable in the summer months. To melt, simply place in hot water, a hot room, a hot car, a hot pan, a toaster oven, etc and stir to uniform consistency.

What is "Regenerative"?

The Sri Lankan coconut cooperative's regenerative philosophy is based on three pillars: 1) nurture social fairness, 2) heal the soil, and 3) cultivate circular economy. Details about each pillar below:

1) Nurture social fairness: The farmers receive fair and stable prices to cover the cost of production and to boost income levels. The cooperative also provides them with

interest-free loans for regenerative practices such as land development, intercropping, and irrigation.

2) Heal the soil: Over half of their farmers graze cattle on their coconut estates—converting weeds and grass into manure, stimulating growth of plant roots, and sequestering CO2. Multiple intercrops between coconut trees increase biodiversity, reduce pest pressure, and promote sequestration of CO2.

3) Cultivate circular economy: The by-products generated from the processing operation are used on-site or sold as raw materials for different value additions. Coconut husks are sold to village entrepreneurs to produce fibre and chips for the export market. Coconut shells are used to fire the in-house boiler in a bid to reduce the use of fossil fuel. Seed cake is exported or sold as animal feed. Coconut water is used to produce energy drinks for the export market. Treated wastewater is used for irrigation of vegetable and fruit plots within the factory premises.

How to Use

  • Melt it for a rich variety of applications from fondue to chocolate shell over ice cream!
  • Warm it to spread on toast, crepes, waffles, or fruit
  • Mix into oatmeal cereals, smoothies, tea, or coffee
  • Bulletproof coffee or mocha: blend 1-2 tbsp for a smooth latte that delivers caffeine more effectively to your brain
  • Use in place of milk, cream, or butter in recipes
  • Eat it straight out of the jar for a quick hit of MCT energy
  • Make your own coconut milk: blend 1-2 tbs per 8oz with hot water

You can find more fun recipes on our recipe page!

Visit our Instagram page for more recipe inspiration.

*Separation is natural with coconut butter of all kinds and is unavoidable in the summer months. To melt, simply place in hot water, a hot room, a hot car, a hot pan, a toaster oven, etc and stir to uniform consistency.

  • Melt it for a rich variety of applications from fondue to chocolate shell over ice cream!
  • Warm it to spread on toast, crepes, waffles, or fruit
  • Mix into oatmeal cereals, smoothies, tea, or coffee
  • Bulletproof coffee or mocha: blend 1-2 tbsp for a smooth latte that delivers caffeine more effectively to your brain
  • Use in place of milk, cream, or butter in recipes
  • Eat it straight out of the jar for a quick hit of MCT energy
  • Make your own coconut milk: blend 1-2 tbs per 8oz with hot water

You can find more fun recipes on our recipe page!

Visit our Instagram page for more recipe inspiration.

*Separation is natural with coconut butter of all kinds and is unavoidable in the summer months. To melt, simply place in hot water, a hot room, a hot car, a hot pan, a toaster oven, etc and stir to uniform consistency.

INGREDIENTS

Organic Coconut*
*100% Regenerative Organic Certified™ Coconut

ALLERGEN STATEMENT

Contains Tree Nuts (Coconut).
 

Processed in a dedicated peanut-free and gluten-free facility with no other allergens besides almond and coconut.

SHELF LIFE

Good for 1 year from production date, stamped on jar. Refrigeration not recommended (decreases flavor, hardens texture). Keeping the lid on and not double-dipping or introducing foreign matter into the jar will maximize shelf life. All expiration dates are best guesses; your nose and tongue are the best judge of product freshness!

NUTRITION FACTS

Serving size 2 Tbsp (28g)
Servings per 6 oz container 6

Amount per serving:
Calories 180,  
Total fat 18g (23% DV)
Saturated fat 16g (80% DV)
Cholesterol 0 mg (0% DV)
Sodium 10mg (0% DV)
Total carbohydrate 7g (3% DV)

Dietary fiber 5g (18%DV)
Total Sugars 2g
Includes 0g added sugars (0% DV)
Protein 2g
Calcium 0mg (0% DV)
Iron 1mg (6% DV)
Potassium 188mg (4% DV)
 

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