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Cocoro Ivory (250g Pouch)

COCORO SUGAR
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Organic
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Cruelty-Free
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Vegan
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Vegetarian
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Gluten-Free
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Paraben-Free
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CLAIM TO FAME: A lighter, sweeter coconut sugar made by slow-cooking the filtered coco blossom sap

FAST FACTS: Has a delicate flavor comparable to raw cane sugar; complements light citrus or berry recipes; can also be used in vanilla custards, ice cream, and yogurts; does not darken the finished product as much; great for coffee, tea, yogurt, shakes, baking, and ice-cream making; not exposed to chemical refining

PERFECT FOR: Unrefined and pure sweetness

SPECIFICATIONS:
WHAT YOU GET: (1) pouch Cocoro Ivory
NET WEIGHT: 250g
EXPIRY: 3 Years from date of manufacture
INGREDIENTS: 100% Pure Coconut Blossom Sap

Use for baking or cooking to sweeten or add texture to baked goods. Coconut sugar can be used as a substitute for raw cane sugar, the substitution ratio is 1:1.

Cocoro Sugar

Cocoro Sugar products are vegan, organic, and have a low glycemic index. They work with producers from the Philippines to promote sustainable agriculture and healthy eating.


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Patricia
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  • Skin Type Combination
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 27

Not your ordinary coco sugar

I have a 1-year old son and he loves sweets! As a mother, I love to provide the best and healthiest sources of food for my son. The more natural, the better. This is what I put in his oatmeal and my coffee/tea as well! Honey may cause botulism for children so this is a great alternative. I love it :)

7 months ago

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