World Coconut Day comes on September 2 of every year. All coconut-planting countries in the Asia and Pacific region celebrate the Day every year. This is an occasion to interpret policies and express the plan of action in this sector. ‘Coconut, the tree of life Sustains family well-being,’  is the theme of the Asian and Pacific Coconut Community for World Coconut Day. Union Minister for Agriculture Radha Mohan Singh will issue the awards at the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology. Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, a Minister of State Petroleum and Natural Gas, will lead the function.

History of World Coconut Day

In India, the Coconut Development Board celebrated World Coconut Day at the NEDFI Convention Centre, Guwahati, Assam. During the occasion, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi awards 15 people who have exceeded in coconut farming, industry, and other coconut-related activities. Assam is the next major coconut-producing state in India; the CDB decided to hold the national-level function on occasion there this year. About 33,493 hectares in all seven NE states are under coconut cultivation. Assam alone is cultivating 20,368 hectares.

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How to Celebrate the Day

Celebrating the day is very simple and easy. Coconuts are members of the drupe family, and it is a fleshy fruit that has been planted in tropical regions for millions of years. A rich source of electrolytes and lauric acid, coconuts contain many antioxidants and are antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral. On this day, the Entire globe celebrates one of nature’s healthiest foods. Post and share your thoughts on social media by using the hashtag #WorldCoconutDay.

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