Organic Coconut Milk
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13.5 oz / $0.31 per oz
Buttery and bold, this aromatic coconut milk is smooth as silk sheets and thick as that slice of cake you cut yourself at 2 in the morning. It's so good, it'll make any recipe better. Seriously. Any.
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With their milk common in dishes from Southeast Asia, South America, and the Caribbean, coconuts ended up popular in so many places for a simple reason: they float. You can thank these buoyant fruits for making themselves so available, but it’s this creamy, rich-flavored coconut milk that has us writing out thank you cards. And did we mention it’s organic and cruelty-free?
- Low Sugar
- Direct/Fair Trade
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- Carbon Minimal
Good news! This packaging is 100% curbside recyclable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
Supporting local sustainability on a global scale
Native Forest has been in the sustainable farming game for over 45 years. They pride themselves on doing their best. And they know that if you’re buying ethically, you’re doing all you can to support the planet, too. But they also want people to know that choosing plant-based products doesn’t necessarily mean that it's cruelty-free. In fact, a lot of the coconut milk we buy (to avoid dairy) is harvested through monkey abuse. That's why Native Forest has committed to changing this practice. Verified by PETA and certified organic, they support 15 source countries in improving their sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint. They're fully transparent in selecting farmers and packers who utilize environmentally-safe pest management, drought-resistant, organic crops, and BPA-free packaging. Their goal? A safer supply chain, and ethical foods you can feel good about buying.
Native Forest partners with growers they’ve actually met who are just as dedicated to avoiding animal labor, ensuring soil health, and promoting biodiversity. They’re also helping communities by celebrating regional foods and supporting small farms.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Native Forest partners with the Carbon Fund to monitor and offset their carbon footprint, working toward an even higher standard of environmentally-friendly business. By using organic coconuts, they source materials with higher water retention and less of an impact.Learn More
supporting key causes
In addition to more sustainable food production, they have their eye on accessible education, donating to schools and school support programs in the countries they source from.Learn More
Native Forest's cans and jars are 100% recyclable.Learn More
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About the Brand
Joel Dee founded Edward & Sons in 1978 with a goal to provide delicious and convenient vegetarian foods crafted solely from familiar and wholesome ingredients. He drove throughout the USA towing his home (an Airstream trailer) behind him, sampling and selling his first products to health food stores and distributors along the way. In 1999, they created their Native Forest brand which carries delicious, ethically sourced, organic coconut milk, fruits, and vegetables.
How to use
Make delicious tiered brownies, or whip into pudding consistency, then add cocoa powder and honey for a flawless pudding without the box or the hassle.
What People Are Saying
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Great taste and texture
Love this coconut milk I use it for soups, desserts and savory dishes.
Coconut milk good
Love this milk and it’s so healthy
It was good. Used in my pumpkin pie yummy
Good with so many recipes!
Will buy again!!
Organic Coconut milk -glad to have it
I can’t speak of the product now, because we haven’t used it yet.We maintain a Kosher mostly vegetarian kitchen. I bought the coconut milk for occasions where we cook a bit on poultry, with a recipe calls for a creamy sauce, at which time I plan to use this can of “Native Forest” coconut milk in place of milk, Happily the can lists Kosher certification which I appreciate.