A little story about how Love Coco was born
Mike, the owner of Love Coco, has visited South East Asia every winter for the past 8 years. During these regular visits Mike discovered that there are so many coconut bi-products being produced, the shells left empty, causing massive atmosphere pollution caused by the burning of empty coconut shells. He met a supplier who is actually saving these shells and hand crafting them into attractive, natural coconut bowls which give such pleasure to eat from. Mike realised the potential for these coconut bowls and therefore Love Coco was born – to emphazise the sustainable and natural living. Mike has been hooked ever since and now eats 80% of his meals out of a Love Coco Bowl!
Coconuts are produced in 92 countries worldwide on about more than 10 million hectares.
There are 12 billion coconut husks being produced each year in the Philipines only and about 75 percent of them are being burnt.