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Coconut 76 Degree (Cocos nucifera) is a semi-solid oil that melts at 72-78
degrees. Although all Coconut
oil is made by pressing the coconut meat ("copra"); to make
coconut 76 degree, the coconuts are cut and dried until the moisture content of
the meat is minimized. The dried copra is then grated and expeller pressed to
remove the oil. Finally, the oil is refined to produce an oil suitable for
is high in saturated fats and rich in short and medium chain fatty acids.
Lauric acid, the major fatty acid from the fat of the coconut, has long been
recognized for the unique properties that it lends to non-food uses in the
cosmetic and soap industry. It is extensively used in soap making for it's
lather and moisturizing properties and in lotions and creams.
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