GOYA Coconut Water 7.6 OZ
- Pack of 11.8 ounces
- Is 100% natural, so it's the healthy choice for a light tropical beverage
- With Potassium and vitamins in every can
- Is as great for your health as it is for your thirst
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Top Customer Reviews
11.8 fl oz (350 ml), 120 calories, 10 fat calories, 130 mg sodium, 22g sugars.
Like others have described, the water has small pieces of tender coconut floating in it. The drink is delicious, refreshing, and "kind of" filling. Feels much better to drink this than soda.
Ingredients: 80% coconut juice, water, sugar, coconut pulp, etc.
What I don't understand is why would you add water and sugar to coconut water? One star off for that.
I would buy this product, but would hesitate paying more than 75 cents per can. Your price tolerance may be higher, but you won't regret if you tried one can first.
I saw this at my grocery store for .99/can and had to try it. I heeded the advice on the can to "shake well and serve chilled" and was pleasantly surprised to see coconut chunks as I poured it over ice in a glass. This reminded me of a "coconut drink" I had at a Vietnamese restaurant in Philadelphia. This is not like the other brands of coconut water, consisting of only coconut water with no added sugar. The ingredients are: 80% Coconut water, water, sugar, young coconut pulp, and potassium something other (a preservative). It has 120 calories per can compared with Goya's unsweetened version with 80 calories. While the one with pulp has a little more sugar and fat; it also has more iron, calcium, and fiber and 50mg less sodium than the unsweetened version. I will definitely buy this again - to drink on its own/with a meal though, not as a sports drink. Also, it is far cheaper in store than on here! I would love to buy this in a case through Amazon's subscription program.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Goya Coconut Water has been around in local US tropical food marts for decades. A friend suggested coconut water to me ages ago for some issues I'd been having. Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by Just Some Lady
Why would anyone want to add sugar to coconut water???
I mean, what's the point of spoiling it and making to it like all the sugary drinks out there. Read more