£2.7067.5p per 100ml
- Rich & creamy for sauce
- Biona: 25 years of organic food
- No Air Miles
- Ethically & Sustainably Sourced
- Family Business
- BPA Free
- Suitable for Vegans
This deliciously rich organic Coconut Cream is a more concentrated, thicker version of the Biona coconut milk, made by pressing fresh organic coconut meat. Coconut fat content 22%. It is simply pressed from coconut kernels and has no added emulsifiers or stabilisers. As a result, the coconut fat and water can separate, but this has no impact on the final quality of the product: simply shake the can or blend the contents to combine.
Our coconuts are sourced from the tropical island of Sri Lanka. The farm where our coconut products are harvested is rich in biodiversity. The families that run the plantation own cattle, who roam freely and whose dung, along with the coconut husks, acts as a fertilizer for the many species of other plants growing in the surrounding areas.
Country of Origin
Suitable for the microwaveOrganicSuitable for vegetarians
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (54)
The cream was curdled and very watery
sooo good and creamy
I love this coconut cream. It is the only one I could find without any additives, and it is so smooth and creamy, with no separated lumps
More of a milk than a cream - but divine taste. No added nonsense and a beautiful coconutty taste - nearly didn't make it into the curry because I kept spooning it into my cake hole!
Changed: its milk not cream now
Shame, we used to really like this, but whatever was changed it’s now really no different to a good coconut milk but much more expensive. Used to be thick and creamy and worth paying extra for, not anymore it seems.
Used to be my go to \- something has changed
I used to buy this all the time. It used to be amazing. It’s now watery and makes my food taste odd. It’s no longer worth the expense. It’s a shame.
Just coconuts! It's delicious!
Every other brand of coconut milk or cream I've tried has had a funny, chemical aftertaste. Not this, though: it tastes completely coconutty. I love it!