Dry organic coconut

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Wad’s coconuts retain all their nutrients because they are not subjected to any extraction, neither of their milk nor of their oil, before drying.

Certified organic.


Culture - Production

Wad’s coconut comes from Kwanyako, Gomoa Gyman in the central region and Ada in the greater Accra region and Krodua in the eastern region of Ghana


Coconut is a large palm, growing up to 30 m tall, with pinnate leaves 4–6 m long, and pinnae 60–90 cm long; old leaves break away cleanly, leaving the trunk smooth.


Coconut trees produce their first fruits between the sixth to eighth year of planting. From the tenth to seventh year each tree can produce between 60 to 180 nuts.


When the nuts arrive at full maturity they fall onto the soil. They are then collected. The husk is removed from the collected coconuts by the help of a machete. The nuts are then transported to Wad.


We peel, cut and pack everything by hand for quality reasons and to check the exact condition of the fruit to be dried and the quality.

The fruit dryers we use meet the European food industry requirements.

We use solar energy in our production.


This is how our coconuts are dried:

noix-coco-seche-1The nuts are cracked by the help of a machete. The edible part is removed from the hard part.The edible part is afterwards sliced manually by the help of a mandolin. They are then arranged on the trays and put in the dryer.noix-coco-afrique-suisseThey are packaged without the use of preservatives.

Valeurs nutritives pour 100g

Energy 626 Kcal or 2619 KJ
Protein 6.3g
Lipids 63.90g
Carbohydrates 6.5g
Food fiber 20.20g


Available all year round.
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