DCOCO Young Coconut Water - Mantra for Health
DCOCO is UK’s first 100% Natural Young Coconut Water in 210ml glass bottles. It is from Young King Coconuts, purely cultivated for drinking coconut water.
From our family farms, we carefully hand pick and select premium Young Green Coconuts at 6- 7 months as raw material to extract Young Coconut Water which goes in our 100% Natural Young Coconut Water 330 ml Tetrapak.
We are a family of fourth generation farmers, with strong roots in India and Sri Lanka. Our farmers have generations of experience picking the premium young coconuts from the farms and the community plantations. These handpicked young coconuts are washed; coconut water extracted, carefully treated and then packed in food grade glass bottles and Tetrapaks for DCOCO.
Being low in calories and having more potassium than a banana, DCOCO, boosts the metabolism and thus promotes weight loss. Being a good source of Cytokinins, young coconut water produces an anti-aging effect on the body.
We never use concentrates, preservatives, or mature coconuts. Unlike most other leading brands, DCOCO is 100% Natural YOUNG Coconut Water.
DCOCO is valued for its pristine quality, taste and health promoting properties. DCOCO bottles, lids and packing are recyclable.
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DCOCO Health Benefits
- 1 of your 5 a day
- Promotes weight loss
- Anti-aging qualities
- Low in calories
- Low in fat
- Re-hydrates the body quickly.
- Nature’s Sports drink
- More potassium than a banana
DCOCO versus ordinary coconut water, sports drinks and fruit juices
- DCOCO has less than half the sugar of orange juice and other fruit juices.
- DCOCO is better than sports drinks - more electrolytes, less carbohydrates, no artificial colours, no artificial flavours, no preservatives, no added sugar.
- DCOCO is an ALL IN ONE isotonic, healthy and naturally refreshing drink.
DCOCO doing its share for the community
- Ethically sourcing sustainably harvested coconuts
- Eco friendly packaging
- Fair returns to coconut farmers
- Supporting underprivileged children