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 Focus on Health

– Growing awareness and adoption by the global market on healthy diets. –
– Recognizes the ‘Gap’ in today’s food industry for –
organic, healthy, vegan, gluten-free, natural, raw-food and snack options. –
Well-versed in the coconut industry since 1986s, –

PT. SARI MANGGAR INDONESIA aims to fill the ‘Gap’ and promote the wonders of our Superfood – the Coconut.


Devoid of any chemicals or additives like pesticides.

Most developed nations do not consider GMOs to be safe. In more than 60 countries around the world, including Australia, Japan, and all of the countries in the European Union, there are significant restrictions or outright bans on the production and sale of GMOs. Source: www.nongmoproject.org/learn-more/

Diabetic Friendly
With a low Glycemic Index of approximately 35 as compared to other sweeteners, (Honey: ~50, Cane Sugar: ~68, Maple Syrup: ~54) our organic coconut sugar allows for slower sugar release into the blood stream to avoid sugar spikes for diabetic / pre-diabetic conditions.
Source: American Diabetes Association

Perfect Replacement
Can be used as a perfect 1:1 perfect for cane/brown sugar in all culinary use with a pleasant caramel aroma.

Excellent Source of Vitamins & Minerals
Every teaspoon of coconut sugar contains essential vitamins like Vitamin B Complex and minerals like potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, calcium and others that are NOT found in refined sugar.

Coconut tree produces an average of 50-75% more sugar per acre than sugar cane and is reported as one of the more sustainable sweeteners in the world.

Rich in Amino Acids
Contains the same 16 amino acids as coconut sap. Every 100 grams of coconut sugar provide us with: ~34.2 mg of glutamic acid (an essential
neurotransmitter for brain functions)
~11.2 mg of aspartic acid (improves metabolism)
~15.4 mg of threonine (maintains body protein balance).

Low Glycemic Impact The glycemic index measures the effects of carbohydrates on your blood sugar. Coconut sugar ranks just 35 on this index, while regular table sugar ranks about 68. Foods high on the glycemic index cause your blood sugar to spike, which can lead to a sugar rush and subsequent crash. Fast spikes in blood sugar can also cause your insulin levels to soar in a short period of time, and this can have serious consequences for diabetics. Vitamin B Complex – Coconut sap is rich in vitamins, including 12 of the essential B vitamins, and coconut sugar inherits this benefit. Of all the B vitamins, coconut sugar is highest in inositol (vitamin B8), which is needed for the formation of healthy cells and has also been used to treat anxiety and sadness. Coconut sugar is also high in thiamine, riboflavin, folic acid, choline, pyridoxal, para-aminobezoic acid, pantothenic acid and nicotinic acid. It even contains trace amounts of vitamin B12, which is seldom found in plants. All of these B vitamins aid cellular metabolism and provide us with energy.
100 grams of coconut sugar provide us with 34.2 milligrams of glutamic acid (an essential neurotransmitter needed for proper brain function), 11.2 milligrams of aspartic acid (promotes metabolism function and is used to treat depression), 15.4 milligrams of threonine (maintains protein balance in the body) and 8.2 milligrams of serine (aids brain and nervous system function), as well as lower amounts of other essential and non-essential amino acids. These amino acids, being components of proteins, are needed for cell growth and repair, metabolism function and the production of hormones and enzymes.
Source : www.naturalnews.com/042968_coconut_sugar_low_gly

Earth Friendly The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization named coconut palm sugar the most sustainable sweetener in the world in 2014. The trees use minimal amounts of water and fuel, especially compared to sugar cane production, and produce for about 20 years. It has no artificial ingredients and is not chemically altered in any way.

Nutrient Content – Coconut sugar offers more vitamins and minerals than white table sugar. It contains traces of vitamin C, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron and copper. Coconut sugar also provides small amounts of phytonutrients, such as polyphenols, flavonoids and anthocyanidin, and antioxidants. You’ll also find the B vitamin inositol, often used as a mood booster, in coconut sugar.

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