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I couldn't see an ingredients list on the image, but the product information on the front lists sugar as an added ingredient.  That's what makes it out for Whole30.  You can find compliant coconut flakes, just not these.


Also, be prepared to find sugar in e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g.  It's absolutely shocking when you start looking at what has added sugar.  (While you're at it, look for added soy, which is in most things that have sugar illogically added and in some other things like WATER-packed tuna.)


Prepare to be enlightened about why so many of us in this country are completely addicted to sugar.  It's. in. everything.


I remember when I did my first Whole30 and about halfway through it I realized that 90% of what was sold in my local grocery store did not, in fact, qualify as food under Whole30 rules.  Very, very eye-opening.

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