Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Cocomon Spread?

  • Cocomon Spread is a delicious blend of Sri Lankan cinnamon and coconut, carefully crafted to bring a taste of paradise to your table. It serves as a healthier alternative to other spreads in the market, perfect for spreading on toast, pancakes, and more. It has no preservatives included!

2. Why is it so hard to take out?

  • If your spread is hardened that is because of low temperature. Just leave it somewhere bit warm and it should come back to it's natural state. This happens because we don't use any preservatives. Coconut gets solidified under low temperatures.

3. Why is the oil separated and how do I fix it?

  • Oil separation is a natural process that happens because we don't use any preservatives. All you need to do is to open the bottle, put a clean spoon in and stir it up before using.

4. What are the main benefits of Cocomon Spread?

  • Cocomon Spread offers a range of benefits, including:
    • Digestive health support
    • Energy enhancement
    • Antioxidant properties
    • Versatility in recipes

5. Is Cocomon Spread suitable for vegetarians and vegans?

  • Yes, Cocomon Spread is suitable for vegetarians and vegans as it contains no animal products.

6. Where can I purchase Cocomon Spread?

  • Cocomon Spread is available for purchase online through our website.

7. How should I store Cocomon Spread?

  • Store Cocomon Spread in a dry place away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration is not required.

8. Can I use Cocomon Spread in cooking and baking?

  • Absolutely! Cocomon Spread adds a delightful flavour to both sweet and savoury dishes. Feel free to get creative and experiment with it in your favourite recipes.

9. Is Cocomon Spread organic?

  • Yes, Cocomon Spread is made with organic Sri Lankan cinnamon and coconut, ensuring the highest quality and purity.

10. How long does Cocomon Spread last once opened?

  • Once opened, Cocomon Spread can be enjoyed for several weeks if stored properly in a sealed container.

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