The dried coconut flesh is known as “copra.” Making coconut oil from it is a common practice. The coconuts are split in half after being dehusked. Then, it is dried using a hybrid solar dryer or by sun exposure. After being removed from the coconut shell, the copra is dried once more. We produced dried copra in its whole form as well as milled copra for the extraction of coconut oil. The procedure is carried out hygienically to remove contaminants. We carefully choose the copras we ship to maintain their purity and freshness. Only the best coconut flesh is chosen to manufacture our copra after being screened for mould and other contaminants.