Tobolar Copra Processing Plant in Marshall Islands

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Tobolar Copra Processing Plant in Marshall Islands

The first real economic mainstay of most Pacific Islanders, including Marshallese, was copra production (copra is the dried out meat of coconuts). Today, copra production remains an important source of income for locals and at the Tobolar Copra Processing Plant, you can see copra made into coconut oil, soaps, body oil, and coconut feed. For a quick tour call 625-3116 and email wpcandilas@ntamar.net.

Tobolar Copra Processing Plant

The first real economic mainstay of most Pacific Islanders, including Marshallese, was copra production (copra is the dried out meat of coconuts). Today, copra production remains an important source of income for locals and at the Tobolar Copra Processing Plant, you can see copra made into coconut oil, soaps, body oil, and coconut feed. For a quick tour call 625-3116 and email wpcandilas@ntamar.net.

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