Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil {Giveaway!}

I mention in many of my blog posts how much we love coconut oil.  However, not all coconut oil is created equal {by any means}.  Of course, using coconut oil is much better than refined oils; but we have found the highest quality of real-food coconut oil comes from Tropical Traditions.

They have a gold label coconut oil, which is the highest quality, and has a coconut flavor.  For cooking foods that I do NOT want coconut flavor, I use their expeller pressed coconut oil.  Expeller pressed oil will not have the coconut flavor.

My children take coconut oil by the spoon full.  We add it to smoothies, cook our eggs in it, and I replace it for butter in any recipe.  With Max’s dairy allergy, I know we can rely on coconut oil for his health and safety.  I trust Tropical Traditions, and the process by which they make coconut oil. {FYI: there is no such thing as “extra virgin” coconut oil.  When you see that on a jar of coconut oil, they are just trying to grab your attention, because everyone associates the best olive oil with “extra virgin” olive oil.}


We use so much Tropical Traditions coconut oil, I am saving to buy it in the gallon!  They run awesome sales  on all their products, which is when I jump on my purchase, so be sure to sign up for their sales alerts!


Win 1 quart of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil!


Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil - 32 oz.
 
 
Tropical Traditions is America’s source for coconut oil. Their Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is hand crafted in small batches by family producers, and it is the highest quality coconut oil they offer. You can read more about how virgin coconut oil is different from other coconut oils on their website: What is Virgin Coconut Oil?
 
 
 
Tropical Traditions also carries other varieties of affordable high quality coconut oil. Visit their website to check on current sales, to learn about the many uses of coconut oil, and to read about all the advantages of buying coconut oil online. Since the FDA does not want us to discuss the health benefits of coconut oil on a page where it is being sold or given away, here is the best website to read about the health benefits of coconut oil.
 

**The first mandatory entry for this giveaway is to subscribe to Tropical Traditions Sales Newsletter- trust me, even if you weren’t entering to win this giveaway, you would want to be subscribed to their newsletter!

It is full of wonderful information, and keeps you up to date on all their amazing sales (free shipping promotions, buy one get one free, etc).


Here is a video with many ways to use coconut oil.

 ***If you order by clicking on any of my links and have never ordered from Tropical Traditions in the past, you will receive a free book on Virgin Coconut Oil, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.  I did this on another blogger’s website, and received the book.  It is a nice, thick, very informative book about virgin coconut oil.  I have really enjoyed reading it.

 
Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.
*Winner of the giveaway has 24 hours, from the time I email them, to reply before I move along to another winner.
 

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5 comments

  1. Megs501 says:

    Hi! Thank you for your question.

    This is from the Tropical Traditions website: http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/faq.htm#4

    “Does Coconut Oil need to be kept in the refrigerator, and how long does it last?

    No, coconut oil does not need to be kept in the refrigerator. In the Philippines and other tropical climates, where the ambiance air temperature is much higher than North America, people traditionally have not refrigerated coconut oil. Virgin Coconut oil is very stable since it is unrefined and mostly saturated. The expiration dates on our Virgin Coconut Oils are for two years, and on our Expeller-pressed coconut oils they are 18 months, but they will usually be fine much longer than the expiration dates. We do recommend you store the oil out of direct sunlight. In the tropics coconut oil is almost always a liquid, since it’s melting point is about 76 degrees F. In North America it will usually be a solid, butter-like consistency. It can be stored in either form.”

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