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Now Foods Organic Coconut Oil Virgin 54 Oz

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Now Foods Organic Coconut Oil Virgin 54 Oz

Coconut Oil is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of mature harvested coconuts and it has a variety of uses from cooking, to using on skin and hair, to oil pulling orally, and a whole lot more. Coconut oil contains healthy fatty acids, may help boost heart health, fat burning, and even protects skin, hair and teeth. Now Foods Organic Coconut Oil is natural and organic. 

Now Foods Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is also available in a 20 ounce serving size. 

Now Foods Organic Virgin Coconut Oil Highlights

  • Contains Healthy Fatty Acids
  • May Help Boost Heart Health
  • May Encourage Fat Burning
  • Antimicrobial Effects
  • Protects Skin, Hair and Teeth


Our Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is delicious on its own and makes an excellent addition to recipes. Use it for cooking and baking in place of other cooking oils or add it to your favorite smoothie. Use it as a spread on your favorite breads and muffins or add a subtle hit of tropical sweetness to your popcorn.

Now Foods Organic Virgin Coconut Oil Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 tbsp (15mL)

Servings Per Container: 107

Calories 120

Total Fat 14g

Saturated Fat 12g

Trans Fat 0g

Sodium 0mg

Total Carbohydrate 0g

Protein 0g

Other Ingredients: Organic Virgin Coconut Oil. No Additives or preservatives used. Pure an natural. 


Store in a cool, dry and dark environment in tightly sealed original container. After opening, product can be refrigerated or stored at cool room temperature. Virgin Coconut Oil naturally has a highly variable composition. At temperatures be 78° the product will begin to solidify and clumps may appear. Bubbles may also appear, and may resemble dark spots. However, both are normal.


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