FAQ

What can I add Cofo to?
Cofo was formulated to be added to your favorite daily coffee, smoothie, shake, tea or soothing hot milk. We also add Cofo to our morning hot cereal or chia pudding. 

Is there any sweetener in Cofo?
There are no sweeteners of any type. No: sugar, coconut sugar, honey, agave, stevia, fructose, dextrose, maltose, galactose, date sugar, maple syrup, etc.

What does Cofo taste like?
The taste is hard to describe. While it does change the taste of your coffee, most people who try it say, “It tastes like coffee!” First, there’re definitely notes of chocolate from the cacao. Although it’s not a “flavor,” there’s a creaminess to it (from the tocos or MCT). Cofo includes medicinal mushrooms, but there’s no mushroom flavor—if anything, the mushrooms add a rich, savory sort of flavor. Maca is described as tasting like butterscotch, caramel, malt, and/or nutlike. Our collagen is completely odorless and flavorless and fully dissolves in liquid.

What is marine collagen?
Most collagen comes from beef. While the packaging may say “grass-fed,” much of the beef used for collagen is imported from South America, which implies critical and mass
deforestation. Our collagen comes from wild-caught cod, which is processed in a Marine
Stewardship Council approved facility. According to Dr. Axe, “Fish collagen peptides are known to have the best absorption and bioavailability due their smaller particle sizes. Fish collagen is absorbed up to 1.5 times more efficiently in the body over bovine or porcine collagens. Since it’s absorbed more efficiently and enters the bloodstream more quickly, it’s considered the best collage for medicinal purposes.” Our collagen is hydrolyzed, which means it is odorless, flavorless, and completely dissolves in liquid.

Does Cofo contain palm oil?
No. Our MCT is 100 percent sourced from coconuts. There is no palm oil in cofo. Some brands of MCT oil contain palm oil, which is less expensive than MCT oil that is 100 percent derived from pure coconut oil. Much of palm oil production is responsible for habitat loss as a result of deforestation (including the habitat of the threatened orangutan) and human rights violations. As a company to best of our knowledge, we say no to habitat destruction, child labor, and modern slavery.

What is the shelf life of Cofo?
Cofo will expire two years from the time it was made. Store cofo in a cool, dark area away from moisture then an opened bag will last until the expiration date.