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  • Coconut cream comes from the white endosperm often referred to as the meat of the coconut. The meat is grated or shredded and then pressed to produce coconut cream. The end result of pressing the meat is a smooth, thick liquid. Coconut milk can also be produced from coconut cream by standardizing with water to reduce the overall fat content.
  • Coconut cream is a great substitute for dairy ingredients such as milk and heavy cream because it has a mild flavor and enhances flavor when combined with other ingredients.
  • All Natural: This cream is Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Kosher, Preservative-Free, and Non-GMO. Non-GMO Coconut Milk contains no Guar Gum, making it an ideal option for those with digestive sensitivities to the additive.
  • Shelf stable: Cream that is shelf stable has a subtly sweet, delicious tropical flavor. Coconut Milk - Unsweetened features a full-bodied coconut taste with a smooth and creamy texture.
  • Aseptically packed - UHT Coconut Milk
  • Usage: Coconut cream can be used in a variety of different applications where traditional dairy is used including milk, evaporated milk, heavy cream, sweetened condensed milk, coffee creamer, whipped cream, buttermilk, and yogurt. Coconut Cream makes the perfect dairy replacement because it lacks the subtle aftertaste that can be an issue with soy-based drinks. The creamy texture of coconut cream also makes it perfect to add to lattes, hot chocolate, tea, and coffee beverages.