Coconut Water Powder from Loving Earth

Today, while preparing a stock order with Loving Earth, I noticed they have a few new products on the store I wasn’t aware of. We sell absolutely oodles of jars of coconut oil and we also sell a fair bit of coconut water too, but it’s a very low cost & heavy item and quite expensive to ship around outside the local delivery areas of Central Coast, Sydney & Newcastle. You can imagine how excited I was when I learned today that Loving Earth have very recently developed a coconut water powder.

So what are the benefits of choosing coconut water powder over the real thing?

  • It works out at around $1.65 for 300ml, which is approx. half the price of most commercially sold single serve cans / bottles.
  • Since coconut water is 3% solid and 97% water, you’re not paying to ship the water around the globe, which saves you money and helps the environment.
  • With approx 16 serves per pack, the packaging left from the powder is significantly less than 16 tetra packs or 16 cans purchased in full liquid form.

Before even testing or stocking it, we’ve had a customer on our Facebook page tell us how great it tastes (it’s Loving Earth, it all does, let’s face it, they’re an awesome brand), and suggested to allow the powder to sit in the water for a little while to dissolve before drinking. Since coconut water should be consumed within 1-2 days of opening, if you only want a small amount, using the powder is a much more economical way to do it.

Joanne Musgrave

Joanne Musgrave

Joanne is the owner & founder of Shop Naturally. She is a Holistic Health Coach and studying the Advanced Diploma of Nutritional Medicine.

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