The coconut is a fruit of the coconut palm that is classified as a nut since its edible seed is present. Brazil, the Philippines, and Malaysia are the origins of coconut. It is regarded as the most significant nut in global trade. The pulp and milk are prized, and the shells and leaves of the coconut are used for roofing and charcoal, respectively. Desiccated coconut, made from grated coconut pulp, is used to make ice cream, confections, and biscuits.