Afire Koko Charcoal is Made from Coconut Husks and No Chemicals

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: May 11, 2013 • References: afireinc & thefancy
Barbecuing purists will tell you that charcoal is the only way to go, but the supplies can put harmful chemicals into your food, which is where the Afire Koko Charcoal can come in handy for cooking without all the chemicals. Made from coconut husks, Afire Koko Charcoal actually burns hotter and cleaner than traditional charcoal and won't leave as much ash afterwards.

Afire Koko Charcoal is responsibly produced and made in the USA, which makes the product a great green alternative for BBQers who are looking to clean up their act on the grill. What's best about Afire Koko Charcoal is that while harsh chemicals and charcoal altogether is removed, you'll still get that great smoky flavour when using it. Stats for Earth-Friendly BBQ Supplies Trending: Older & Chilly
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