Coconut oil is produced broadly speaking in Indonesia, the Philippines, and India. Other nations that supply great amounts encompass Brazil, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico.
Coconut trees grow by and large close to the equator in tropical regions. They thrive in coastal regions, close to river banks, and in tropical lowlands. The growing conditions are just like those required for oil palm timber that produce palm oil.
Coconut oil is stable at room temperature, however has a totally low melting point and consequently turns very quickly to liquid.