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VINUT ORGANIC COCONUT
Canned Coconut
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  • Coconut milk

Coconuts can be found anywhere and everywhere in Vietnam. The fruit’s versatility is renowned. Juice, candy, rice and meat dishes are all immensely popular, but only in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre can you find the Green Xiem coconut. It’s so special that it was recently granted a certificate of Geographical Indication.

Whenever I think of coconuts, Ben Tre Province immediately comes to mind.

Though coconut trees can be found nearly everywhere in the country, only in Ben Tre can you find the special species of palm tree that is characteristic of the region.

Located in the southwestern part of the Mekong Delta, about 90km west of HCM City, Ben Tre has ong been famed for its delicious variety of coconut dishes.

Travelling from HCM City, you will soon notice the shadows of coconut trees as you cross the Rạch Mieu Bridge over the Tien River linking the two Delta provinces of Tien Giang and Ben Tre.

All around you are lush, verdant paddy fields and boats quietly gliding on waterways, a perfect gateway to a relaxing vacation or weekend retreat away from the big city.

COCONUT WATER QUALITY IS EXCELLENT

VINUT Coconut Farm
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COCONUT RICE - CHARTS FOR COMPARING THE VIETNAMESE QUALITY WITH THE WORLD

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COCONUT WATER - CHARTS FOR COMPARING THE VIETNAMESE QUALITY WITH THE WORLD

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Source: Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC)

DEVELOPING & EXPANDING THE ORGANIC MATERIAL SUPPLY

Coconut-Farming

Organic certification is the only way to verify that the coconuts are never irradiated and are produced without genetically modified organisms (GMO’s). Organic certification confirms food is produced without the use of persistent pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or sewage sludge. These substances contribute to soil degradation and ocean dead zones.

We form partnerships with communities that value quality and organic farming practices rooted in our attention to long-term growth. We help certify farmers who convert to organic farming methods to create healthier environments with less chemical fertilizers and pesticides and provide communities with stable employment and steady incomes.

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