Coconut oil is made from freshly harvested and organically farmed coconut kernels on the tropical island of Sri Lanka. This is made using a cold-pressing method similar to that used to make extra virgin coconut oil. The cold-pressing method concentrates on retaining and conserving the beneficial elements found in organic coconut oil. The traditional techniques, which employ copra as a raw material, are used in the majority of situations. Disintegrated copra is dried at extremely high temperatures in dryers, resulting in a maximum FFA level of 1%, making it suitable for human consumption. In contrast to cold-pressed oil, high heat might result in a higher concentration of FFA, which can be utilized for industrial applications.