Copra, dried sections of the meat of the coconut, the kernel of the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). Copra is valued for the coconut oil extracted from it and for the resulting residue, coconut-oil cake, which is used mostly for livestock feed.
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The drying system carried out will affect the quality of the copra produced. Currently, there are two types of copra circulating in the market, namely white copra and brown copra. Both are the result of different drying methods. Drying using a dryer will produce white copra with better quality than the drying method with the drying method. A good copra coconut has a water content of 6-7 percent. Otherwise, the copra will be susceptible to bacterial and fungal attacks.