Is Cocowhip completely dairy-free? +

Yes, all ingredients found in Cocowhip are 100% dairy-free, vegan, and never contain any animal by products.

Is Cocowhip good for you? +

Yes Cocowhip is good for you. Cocowhip utilizes some of nature’s best superfoods including coconuts to provide natural hydration, antioxidants, good fats and beneficial gut bacteria.

How many calories are found in an average Cocowhip cup? +

Cocowhip contains only 96 calories per 100g cup. To give you an idea of how small a calorie load this is a large apple contains 110 calories or an average Acai bowl contains 400 calories.

How much sugar and fat is found in Cocowhip? +

Cocowhip only contains 7.2g of sugar and 3.7g of fat per 100g bowl making it the ultimate healthy vegan treat.

Can I consume Cocowhip if I'm pregnant? +

Due to Cocowhip being Vegan and natural it is safe for anyone that is pregnant to consume however we always recommend consulting with your physician before introducing anything new to your diet

How does Cocowhip taste so much like icecream when it has no dairy? +

Cocowhip utilizes the natural oils, creams and water found in coconut along with other plant matter to create a rich and natural creaminess often associated with dairy. By blending the oil, powder and water of the coconut in our specific Cocowhip ratio we are able to produce a healthy all natural treat free from any nasties or intolerances. We are committed to creating our foods with care, consideration and kindness for all creatures.

I noticed the nutritional information on the packaging is sometimes different than what's on the wesbsite. Why is that? +

We pride ourselves on listening to the wants and needs of our wonderful fans and are committed to offering only the highest quality, best tasting products available on the market. We also strive to keep our products affordable, so we’re constantly evaluating our products and the ingredients used in creating them in order to deliver the best value to our customers. It’s for these reasons that we reformulate our products from time-to-time, resulting in a need for new nutrition labels, and thus, new packaging designs. When these packaging changes occur, we update the information on our website right away, even though there is still some of the older product that may be circulating at your local Cocowhip retailer. If you want any more information on any ingredient in Cocowhip drop us a line at

Is Cocowhip Gluten-Free? +

Yes Cocowhip is completely Gluten Free and Dairy free. Due to Cocowhip not being sold directly to consumers and through retailers it is important that you check any toppings being added meet your dietary requirements

Is Cocowhip Organic? +

We try whenever possible to use organic ingredients when they are available and don't elevate the price of our products. It is a fine balance to create foods that are fully organic and affordable, and we are working in that direction as much as we can. There are some ingredients that present challenges for us. We appreciate your feedback, as we always want to know what is important to you. We continue to look for organic suppliers who may be able to help us achieve our organic goals without raising costs for you.

How does Cocowhip have such a high probiotic count without any use of dairy cultures? +

Cocowhip obtains its cultures (probiotic count) from a specialised fermentation process. The Fermentation process transforms the coconut by a process of pre-digestion, which breaks down nutrients into the simpler forms. This supports digestion, promotes healthy flora in our digestive tract, produces beneficial enzymes and helps us to absorb nutrients more efficiently from our food. A healthy digestion is fundamental in supporting our overall health and particularly our immune system. Fermented coconut has been found to support the immune and antioxidant systems.

What is Xylitol and why is it used in Cocowhip? +

Xylitol is a naturally occurring carbohydrate, that looks and tastes just like regular table sugar without the unwanted calories and negative health effect. In Cocowhip Xylitol is used as a functional ingredient to help improve the ability of the body to absorb the electrolytes and probtiotics of Cocowhip. Xylitol is not an artificial substance, but a normal part of everyday metabolism and is widely distributed throughout nature in small amounts.

Preliminary studies show Xylitol may also enhance both the mineral and probiotic absorption of Cocowhip. This occurs by the carbohydrate compounds being able to bind and sequester the minerals and these carbohydrate-mineral complexes pass unabsorbed through the small intestine onto the colon when the minerals are released from the complex and absorbed. Xylitol is found in Cocowhip at 1.8g per serve.

Xylitol has been shown to adverse effects on animals and although found in low levels in Cocowhip we don't recommend consumpton for our furry friends.

Does Cocowhip use any artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or sweeteners? +

None of our products contain artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners either as direct ingredients or sub-ingredients.

Some companies claim they are dairy free, however their products contain Casein. What is Casein? +

Casein is a milk derivative and a very common allergen. Because Cocowhip is 100 percent plant-based and certified vegan, none of our products contain casein in any form.

Is there Lactose in Cocowhip? +

Lactose is the sugar that naturally occurs in milk products. Because all of our products are always 100 percent plant-based and certified dairy-free and vegan, Cocowhip products are all lactose-free.

I'm a Cocowhip reseller, how do I clean my machine? +

If you have a C712 or C722 click here. If you have a C706 click here.

What makes Cocowhip a superfood treat? +

The hero ingredient of Cocowhip is of course Coconut. Cocowhip contains a vast array of minerals found in coconut water including Potassium, Sodium, Manganese, Selenium, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc and Copper.

Further to this key vitamins present in Cocowhip include: Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Thiamin, Niacin, Folate and Pantothenic Acid

All these benefits wrapped up with Cocowhip being a low calorie treat containing zero trans fat, cholesterol and rich in both pre and probiotics makes Cocowhip the ultimate vegan snack.