FAQ’s

  • Cococin is freeze-­‐dried green coconut water solids rich in nutrients
  • Cococin is prepared from Cocos nucifera at the optimal stage of maturity with a rich content of phytohormones and micronutrients such as inorganic ions, vitamins, enzymes, sugars, sugar alcohols, lipids, amino and organic acids, and nitrogenous compounds
  • Cococin is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS)
  • Cococin is rich in nutritional ingredients, such as inorganic ions, organic acids, sugar, protein, and fiber
  • 100 g of Cococin provides 324 mg of calcium, 3050 mg of potassium, sodium 197 mg, 206 mg magnesium, 4.3 mg of iron, 6.4 mg of vitamin C, 4.6 mg of protein and 3.69 g of fiber
  • In addition, sugar, organic and fatty acids, and cholesterol are present
  • Comprehensive Analytical Test Report is available for your information
  • Cococin is obtained from the fruits of Cocos nucifera, cultivated in Southern India
  • Sabinsa’s Cococin is whole: Young green coconuts are the only source for Cococin and they ensure the largest quantity of the liquid endosperm with a higher content of nutritional actives comparing to mature coconuts
  • Cococin is reliably stable during subsequent processing and long-term storage because of its preparation method, lyophilization. Coconut water is collected under sterile conditions from coconuts that are harvested at the most nutritious stage of maturity. Coconut water filtered through membrane filters is then freeze-­‐dried (lyophilization). Removal of water involved in lyophilization technology provides stable preservation of quality and purity in the dried state
  • Cococin allows wider application of coconut water, a valuable nutrient, including food and beverage, nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals
  • Cococin is powder of coconut water in the dried state and it is water-­soluble. The product is returned to a liquid reconstituting with diluents suitable for intended use.
  • Food and beverage industry
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Cosmeceuticals
  • A natural food ingredient in the dried state with stable quality and purity allows
    • to reconstitute for intended use
    • to expand traditional application of nutritive coconut water in food industry other than drink. For instance, yogurt, kefir, drinks and baked goods.
  • Moisturizes*
  • Promotes healthy cell growth*
  • Supports blood circulation*
  • Slows down the aging process*
  • Overbeek et al first introduced coconut water as a new component of the nutrient medium for callus culture in 1941
  • A content of growth hormones is high in young green coconuts. The effect of these growth hormones is not limited in plants. Cococin’s ability to promote healthy cell division was tested in Swiss 3T3 cells. Swiss 3T3 cells were grown under the medium supplemented with Cococin and without Cococin. Cell growth was evaluated by visual approaches after 24 and 48 hours. Photos kept for record show evident growth of cells in the flask with medium supplemented with Cococin
  • Cococin may slow down the aging process. Its phytohormones and nutritional values may potentially promote cell division
  • Cococin efficiently restores intracellular and extracellular fluid because of inorganic minerals and sugar contents in Cococin. In this way, it supports blood circulation and skin moisturizing
  • Functional drinks: sport, energy and drinks for rehydration
  • In addition, nutrients for cell growth and healthy maintenance
  • Coconut water is the aqueous part of the coconut endosperm
  • Coconut milk is the liquid product, which is produced by grating the solid endosperm with or without addition of water
  • Yes, Cococin is extracted from sustainably-­grown Cocos nucifera
  • Yes, Cococin is an Old Dietary Ingredient
  • Cococin can therefore be marketed immediately, without the need for pre-­market NDI notification
  • The suggested level in formulations is 3-­‐5% v/v for nutritionals
  • 1-­‐5% of formulations in cosmeceuticals
  • Sabinsa’s manufacturing facilities are GMP and located in India
  • They are FDA-­inspected and passed
  • Yes, Cococin is a patented and trademarked ingredient
  • US 10,716,823 for “Adaptogenic compositions and applications thereof”
  • US 8,247,003, AU2010326651, EA20368, EP2461786, NZ598630 for “Protective compositions for dermal papilla cells”
  • US 7,300,682 for “Method of preparation and use of coconut water in mammalian tissue nourishment, growth and healthy maintenance”
  • EP1341547 for “Coconut water and its method of preparation”
  • US 9,498,423, AU2012203148, CA2872535, EP2695603, HK1193758, IDP000051688, JP6064274, MY-168089-A, MX355546, NZ600307, RU2606752 for “Synergistic selenopeptide formulations for the protection of dermal papilla cells”
  • EP1341547 for “Coconut water and its method of preparation”

Yes, Cococin is Halal-­certified

  • Yes, Cococin is Kosher-­certified
  • Yes, Cococin is allergen-­free