Coconut products make splash at trade shows

Coconut products make splash at trade shows

Organika's Organic Coconut Aminos and Organic Coconut Nectar Syrup were a hit with industry professionals and potential gluten-free consumers.

Newly Launched at CHFA and the Grocery Showcase West last weekend, Organika®'s Organic Coconut Aminos and Organic Coconut Nectar Syrup were a hit with industry professionals and potential gluten free savvy consumers alike. Organika was excited to see Kathy Smart, a leading gluten-free expert, choose Organika products to create low-GI, gluten-free meals with these new coconut products on Global TV: truthinablog.organika.ca/?p=804.

Organic Coconut Aminos: Because it’s soy-free, gluten-free and lower in sodium.
Once the organic coconut sap is harvested, filtered and boiled to develop its signature rich color, it is simply mixed with sea salt to create Organic Coconut Aminos—the new soy-free sauce. It has 61 percent less sodium than the leading brand-name soy sauce. Enjoy the bold, savory tang of this coconut alternative in dressings, marinades, stir frys and with sushi at a 1:1 replacement ratio for soy-based sauces.

Organic Coconut Nectar Syrup: Because it’s iron-rich, versatile and delicious.
Introducing the new iron-rich coconut alternative to table syrups. Each tablespoon of Organic Coconut Nectar Syrup contains 4.2 mg of iron per portion, that's 30 percent of RDI. Because we loved the rich caramel and butterscotch tones in Organika's Organic Coconut Palm Sugar, we captured these in the versatile liquid consistency of Organic Coconut Nectar Syrup. Sweeten tea, pour over pancakes, bake into cookies and kick up sauces at a 1:1 replacement ratio for honey or syrups.

Frequently Asked Question: Will all my food taste like coconut? NO! Even though Organika's organic coconut product line is made from the amazing coconut tree, each product has a delicious taste of its own.

 

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