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The Coconut Sap Sugar: Coconut sap sugar is derived not from the nut but from the

m the toddy/sweet sap (tuba) The unopened inflorescence is thinly sliced (~6mm) Sap oozing out from the inflorescence is collected The sap is boiled, and concentrated, to form granulated sugar. Coconut sap contains 12-18% sugar, essential vitamins and amino acids and macro and micronutrients.

Coconut Sap Sugar Profile: Glucose 2.00 Fructose 2.90 Sucrose 85.68 Reducing sugars 7.51 Total invert sugar (mixture of glucose and fructose) 97.65

Process Flow: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Collect toddy Strain, heat and stir continuously When thickens, cool Heat, stir, granulate Cool, stir Collect sugar and weigh Pack in bottles and plastic bags

Procedure: 1. 2. 3. 4. Boil coco sap to evaporate the water under moderate heat with occasional stirring until liquid thickens at 115 C. Remove it from the flame when it begins to become very sticky. Continue mixing until it becomes granular. Air dry the brown sugar before placing them in a packaging material.

Glycemic Index (GI) of Coco Sap Sugar Based on Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) study on 2007, the GI of coconut sap sugar was 36, hence classified as Low GI food, which can be used as natural sweetener of diabetics The GI is a ranking system for carbohydrates based on the immediate effect on blood glucose levels. The higher the number, the greater the blood sugar response. A low GI food will cause a small rise in blood glucose level, while a high GI food will trigger a dramatic spike.

Economics Benefits (Medium Scale Production) Assumptions: a. General One hectare farm with 1 oo existing coconut trees Form of business: Sole Proprietorship Investment Cost Php 330,000

b. Marketing About 98% of production volume will be sold (production loss estimated at 2%) Product will be sold In 1 kilo bag Product will be picked up by buyers at the plant site Selling price/kg: P120.00

c. Production Average production of toddy from dwarf or hybrid varieties: 3 liters/tree/day Total toddy yield/hectare per month: 7500 liters Average recovery of sugar: 1 kg of sugar for every 6 L of toddy Total sugar production per month: 1250 kg

Will yield: Net Present Value (NPV) P 221,684.47 Internal Rate of Return (IRR) 28% Payback Period 3.21 years Initial investment P329,778

See also: Processing Coconut Sap

For further information contact: Ms. Erlene C. Manohar Project Development Officer IV, FSB and Project Leader PRCGC Project 4/F Philippine Coconut Authority Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City Tel: (02) 928-4501 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (02) 928-4501 Email: ecmanohar@yahoo.com source: Philippine Coconut Authority, photo from cakeandcommerce.com Be Part of our Libreng Pagtuturo, Negosyong Kayang Kaya Mo, Program We will teach you on how to make high quality dishwashing liquid, fabcon, detergent powder, branded perfume and cologne, liquid hand soap, liquid hand sanitizer, air freshener, etc. for FREE FREE lang po.. Pero kung gusto nyo na pong mag start mag negosyo, we have Negosyo Kit at P888, that includes: raw materials of your choice, training certificate, id, product formulation, product handouts, etc. THIS FREE LIVELIHOOD IS OPEN TO ALL OFWS, HOUSEWIVES, HUSBANDS, COOPERATIVES, STUDENTS, JOBLESS, GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS, AND TO ALL BUSINESS MINDED PEOPLE NA GUSTONG MAGNEGOSYO AT KUMITA SA MARANGAL NA PARAAN.. HETO NA PO ANG PAGKAKATAON NYO. CONTACT: MELDY RACELIS CELLPHONE NUMBER: 0919-829-6358 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting EMAIL ADD: meldyracelis@hotmail.com

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