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Vita Coco 100% Pure Coconut Water, 11.1-Ounce Containers (Pack of 12)
- Pure vitamin and mineral rich coconut water
- Great source of potassium, fat and cholesterol free
- Comes in eco- and socially-responsible Tetra Pak packaging with a convenient resealable cap
- Kosher, gluten-free, and vegan-approved
- Hydrate naturally
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Not so long ago, you had to use a machete if you wanted a sip of pure coconut water. We’ve taken the machete out of the equation, which is good, because those things are dangerous. Now all that’s left is Mother Nature’s most hydrating, refreshing, vitamin- and mineral-rich nectar. Vita Coco is never made from concentrate. That means we pick, crack, and pack fresh young coconuts directly at the source. After the coconuts are cleaned, the delicate water inside is flash pasteurized (and occasionally mixed with all-natural fruit puree) then poured into a shelf-stable Tetra Pak. The entire process from tree to Pak doesn't exceed 72 hours. We hear the end result is a lot like sticking a straw in a coconut.
About the Brand
The Vita Coco brand launched in 2004 and was initially sold only in health food stores. By 2006, the brand broke through into mainstream groceries and was selling in over 3,000 retail doors nationwide. Today, Vita Coco is now sold in over 5,000 retail doors nationwide.See all Product Description
Natural Coconut Water.
Shake it! Serve chilled.
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Notes for ultra-health-nuts:
1. This is not NOT an organic product
2. It is sweetened with evaporated cane juice (OK not so bad, but it's not organic)
3. This product has milk in it (not organic and not labeled as non-rBGH)
4. The final ingredient on the list is "natural flavors" hmmm ... that can actually (legally) mean MSG! I'm not really sure exactly what they're hiding in the "natural flavors" label and this would be the only reason I'd cancel my auto-ship ... the minute I get wind of MSG, I'm out.
UPDATE Nov 4, 2012 - For anyone who's wondering about the mystery "Natural Flavors" ingredient ... I wrote an email to the "Contact" address that I found on the website for CocoCafe. I got a reply from Brian McCaslin (email signature block says he's the Director of Sales at CocoCafe). I asked "Can you please tell me if your product has MSG in it?" His response was "No msg natural flavor is a mocha"
I went around town and found 5 boxes of each of the three brands (15 total) each, with no two boxes of a the same brand coming from the same supplier. The goal was to get a wide range of product batches. This I am happy to report was pointless. All three brands produce an internally consistent product.
I then ordered a 12 pack of all three brands from Amazon. The only significant difference in packaging is that O.N.E. glues a little telescoping straw to each individual box, the other two brands do not. If you are a straw person this is a feature if not this is just more trash, you decide. The amount per container varies slightly by brand but given the price fluctuation on Amazon I don't consider the 0.1 Oz differences an important factor.
All three are made in Brazil, O.N.E. mentions that it is pasteurized the other two do not (nevertheless, I suspect all three are).
On pure taste, at refrigerator temperature, I found Zico to be the best (say 5/5), but only nominally better than O.N.E. (4.5/5), Vita was a distant third (3/5). Both Zico and O.N.E. taste almost exactly like drinking right from a fresh green coconut. Vita, on the other hand, has a grape aftertaste which I did not like.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the ingredients says nothing is added, but it tastes like it's gone bad or they added a preservative, however it's not listed in the ingredients. Read morePublished 2 days ago by eksine
Vita Coco is the only coconut water I can stand. It tastes great compared to the other leading brands and is also inexpensive when buying a larger pack.Published 4 days ago by grace