Biona - Organic Coconut Cream, 400ml

Biona - Organic Coconut Cream, 400ml

Brand - Biona
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Quick Description

Change your cooking game with Biona’s Organic Coconut Cream. No matter the dish, this coconut dream adds a deliciously rich, velvety depth to every meal.

Key Information

  • An excellent plant-based alternative to cream
  • Rich, full-bodied and creamy
  • Organically, ethically and sustainably sourced
  • Made from fresh organic coconut meat
  • Excellent for curries, risottos, sauces and desserts
  • BPA-free cans

Product Overview

Deliciously rich, full-bodied and creamy, Biona’s Organic Coconut Cream is the perfect pantry addition for all your wild vegan dreams. Made simply from dehydrated pressed coconut flesh with a little water, this coconut cream is completely organic, natural and free from additives and preservatives. And of course - all the cans are 100% BPA-free.

Biona’s coconuts are sourced from Sri Lanka, where they’re cultivated and grown using methods that enrich the soil and promote biodiversity.

On the land, you’ll find free-roaming cattle which naturally trample and fertilise the soil. This, alongside with the coconut husk, provides a nutrient rich fertiliser for the other plants, such as mango and banana trees.

A true staple in Asian, Caribbean and Indian cuisines, add coconut cream to curries, soups, rice dishes and sauces. It’s an excellent dairy-free substitute to whipping cream and can be used for baking or making your favourite ice creams!


Coconut (80%), Water
Certified Organic Ingredients

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between coconut cream and coconut milk?

Coconut cream is simply a more concentrated, thicker version of coconut milk. It contains more coconut meat and less water. It can also be used as a substitute for coconut milk if you add a little water and dilute it down. Coconut cream is excellent for making desserts and ice cream as it’s much richer and creamier.