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CocoVie™ is thrilled to promote a positive lifestyle and self-empowerment. Our company wholeheartedly believes that feeling delicious inside and out is the key to achieving our best and experiencing a happy and healthy life.
CocoVie™ provides high quality, all natural coconut-based products that highlight the health benefits and many uses ofcoconut. There are many uses for coconut, and we are constantly creating new useful or delicious products. We are excited to bring these healthy alternatives to your home.
CocoVie™ aims to give back to the community by leveraging long-term partnerships and equitable business practices with coconut farmers in the warm climate regions where we obtain our raw materials-the coconut. One of our sources is in the Philippines where coconuts are rich in natural nutrients from the fertile-volcano minerals and surrounding bodies of water. Profits from their work supports their families, and also goes toward providing improved working conditions and ultimately, a better way of living. Our goal is to encourage healthy living through the consumption and useof coconut in all its forms.
The Philippine archipelago, 11 degrees north of the Equator, is situated at the center of the Pacific "Ring of Fire" (a long stretch of volcanic belt along the Pacific Coasts from New Zealand to Alaska). It possesses very fertile lands due to its bio-diverse tropical ecosystem. This growing area along the coast, with its soil rich in volcanic minerals, works in harmony with the coconut trees, since they provide its long coastal area (266,000 sq kmon 7,107 islands) with important shore protection. It acts as a nutrient/mineral reservoir as the cycle of life flows from its mountainous forest lands, hosting a unique combination of seawater and freshwater. Constantly percolated by its 200 volcanoes, cooled by its lagoons and lakes and fanned by approximately27 typhoons each year, this area undisputedly provides the perfect eco-system to grow the very BEST COCONUTS (CocosNucifera) on earth.
(sources: www.coconutresearchcenter.org, www.manilacoco.com)