Copra is the endosperm of the coconut with the husk and shell removed. It consists of the white and fleshy edible part of the seed with the outer brown skin, which is split into two halves and then dried to specified moisture levels. Copra can be simply sun dried or dried using special copra kilns or dryers and is available in the following forms:


Edible Copra is well dried coconut kernel, with a high energy value. It is used in various food preparations and as a tasty nut as well .


Milling Copra consists of non-uniform dried pieces of coconut which are used mainly for the manufacture of coconut oil.