Nata de Coco refers to a sweet made by growing a culture on coconut water. Nata de Coco can be eaten as is with crushed ice and as an ingredient for Halo-Halo, one of the most popular Filipino dessert. It can be both in bottles in most of Filipino groceries. In Germany, Nata de Coco is called Kokosnuss Gel and available in bottles, specifically in Asian stores and groceries with Asian foods section around the country.

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