Copra global price quotes



The current, latest prices of Copra in the world in the global markets

copra


Price range: 8500 - 8600 INR / 100 kg | Market: Manjeswaram Market | Date: 2022-05-15

Copra Other


Price range: 7535 - 8929 INR / 100 kg | Market: Velur Market | Date: 2022-05-09

Copra Small


Price range: 10500 - 10500 INR / 100 kg | Market: Gubbi Market | Date: 2022-05-09

copra


Price range: 7750 - 8300 INR / 100 kg | Market: Vellore Market | Date: 2022-05-09

copra


Price range: 19000 - 20000 INR / 100 kg | Market: Bangalore Market | Date: 2022-05-07

copra


Price range: 240 - 240 INR / 1 kg | Market: Bengaluru Wholesale Market | Date: 2022-04-25

Copra Other


Price range: 8400 - 8600 INR / 100 kg | Market: Payyannur Market | Date: 2022-04-23

copra


Price range: 7800 - 8700 INR / 100 kg | Market: Pethappampatti Market | Date: 2022-04-23

copra


Price range: 7090 - 8870 INR / 100 kg | Market: Vellakkoil Market | Date: 2022-04-17

Copra Other


Price range: 8850 - 9455 INR / 100 kg | Market: Anaimalai Market | Date: 2022-03-31

copra


Price range: 8400 - 9150 INR / 100 kg | Market: Muthur Market | Date: 2022-03-31

Copra Milling


Price range: 8500 - 8600 INR / 100 kg | Market: Chengeri Market | Date: 2022-03-30

Copra Other


Price range: 7520 - 8660 INR / 100 kg | Market: Tiruchengode Market | Date: 2022-03-30

copra


Price range: 8189 - 9129 INR / 100 kg | Market: Anthiyur Market | Date: 2022-03-29

Copra Other


Price range: 9200 - 9600 INR / 100 kg | Market: Kasargod Market | Date: 2022-03-25

Copra Other


Price range: 8200 - 8680 INR / 100 kg | Market: Thalavadi Market | Date: 2022-03-24

Copra Average


Price range: 20000 - 21000 INR / 100 kg | Market: Bengaluru Market | Date: 2022-03-23

Copra Milling Average


Price range: 7500 - 9333 INR / 100 kg | Market: Mangaluru Market | Date: 2022-03-23

Copra Other Average


Price range: 9422 - 9450 INR / 100 kg | Market: K.R.Pet Market | Date: 2022-03-23

Copra Other


Price range: 8310 - 8475 INR / 100 kg | Market: Vellore Market | Date: 2022-03-16

copra


Price range: 9000 - 10000 INR / 100 kg | Market: Thiruppur Market | Date: 2022-02-28

Copra Other


Price range: 8359 - 8709 INR / 100 kg | Market: Sathyamangalam Market | Date: 2022-02-25

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Price range: 15000 - 17705 INR / 100 kg | Market: Arasikere Market | Date: 2022-02-25

Copra Other


Price range: 9300 - 9500 INR / 100 kg | Market: Negamam Market | Date: 2022-02-07

Copra

Copra is the dried kernel of coconut fruit. It is traditionally sun-dried, especially for export, before the oil is pressed out. Coconut oil is popular cooking oil and is also used in soaps, cosmetics, and other products. Copra is a valuable commodity due to its high oil content, and it is often exported to other countries. The word "copra" is derived from the Spanish word "cuerpo," meaning "body." Copra is the dried, oily flesh of the coconut. It has a high concentration of saturated fat, which makes it a popular ingredient in many processed foods. Copra is also susceptible to the growth of molds and their production of aflatoxins. Aflatoxins are highly toxic and can be carcinogenic. They can contaminate copra cake, which is fed to animals, and then passed on in milk or meat. This can lead to human illnesses. Despite these risks, copra is still a popular ingredient in many processed foods. It is especially common in Southeast Asia, where coconuts are a staple crop. In this region, copra is often used to make oil, flour, and candy. It is also sometimes used as a feedstock for biofuels. The history of copra begins with the coconut. The coconut is a palm tree that grows in tropical climates. It is believed to have originated in the Malay Archipelago, and it is now found in many parts of the world. The coconut is unique because its fruit can be eaten fresh or dried. The dried fruit, called copra, is what is used to make coconut oil. Copra has been an important commodity for centuries. It was first used by Pacific island cultures, and then became a valuable product for merchants in the South Seas and South Asia. In the 1860s, the copra trade inspired Robert Louis Stevenson's novella The Beach of Falesá. These days, the process of extracting coconut oil is performed by crushing copra. The resulting product is coconut oil (70%); the by-product is known as copra cake or copra meal (30%). Copra cake is used as animal feed, and copra meal is used as a fertilizer. Coconut oil is popular cooking oil, and it is also used in soaps, cosmetics, and other products. Copra is a valuable commodity because of its high oil content. It is often exported to other countries, where it is used in a variety of products. Thanks to its long history and continued importance, copra is a fascinating topic worth learning more about. Copra is a dried kernel of coconut that is used to make oil, soap, and other products. Copra meal is made from the dried kernel of the coconut and is often used as fodder for horses and cattle. It's high oil and protein levels are fattening for stock. The protein in copra meal has been heating treated and provides a source of high-quality protein for cattle, sheep, and deer because it does not break down in the rumen.

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