PRODUCT DESCRIPTION - ANDY ALBAO Coconut Nacho Chips is Crispy Healthy Snack Foods, Oven Baked (not fried), 100% Organic, Gluten Free, Vegan or Non-Dairy, High Dietary Fiber, Low Carbohydrates, Low Glycemic Index and Non-GMO. Coconut Nacho Chips is plain and has lovely and delicious coco-nutty taste & aroma. Coconut Nacho Chips is produced from high quality Coconut and process naturally with No Adulterants, No Preservatives, No Artificial Flavoring, No Artificial Coloring, No Artificial Additives and No Chemicals.

SHELF LIFE - Guaranteed for 9 Months, but tested for 12 Months as maximum, when stored in clean and dry area at room temperature.

USAGE – Just add tomatoes or salsa and other toppings to have a healthy nachos, dip to liquid cheese or chocolate paste to have healthy snack foods.

PRODUCTION CAPACITY - 10 metric tons per month and can easily double.


ADVANTAGES - Coconut Dietary Fiber that helps prevent colon cancer. READ MORE. In addition Coconut Nachos has very low in carbohydrates. While Corn and Potato that very high in Carbohydrates & starch content. At the same time, most of them are GMO and using high volume of Chemical Pesticide and Chemical Fertilizer.   

HEALTH BENEFITS - Eating Coconut Nachos Chips can significantly improve your daily fiber intake. Nutritionists recommend that we get between 20 to 35 grams of fiber a day. This is 2 to 3 times higher than the average intake, which is about 10-14 grams a day. Coconut Cereal Flakes helps lowers risk of heart disease, help prevent cancer, improves digestive function, helps regulate blood sugar, expel intestinal parasites, and improve mineral absorption and keeping the gastrointestinal tract healthy. In comparison, the carbohydrate in green beans is only 30 percent fiber, in okra it is only 25 percent, and corn it is 18 percent. Coconut dietary fiber has a higher fiber content than many other fiber supplements. It contains four times as much fiber as oat bran and twice as much fiber as wheat bran or flaxseed meal. Unlike psyllium husk and wheat bran and most other sources of dietary fiber, coconut tastes good! SOURCE: