Frequently asked questions
Where is Cocio produced?
Home for a Cocio is Esbjerg in Denmark. That’s where our factory is located. The Cocio Milkshakes are made at Arla Dairy – that’s also in Esbjerg.
When was Cocio founded?
Cocio was founded by a nice guy called Anker Pallesen on January 2nd 1951.
Does Cocio have a high fat content?
No – actually there is only 2% fat in our Cocio Classic and only 1% fat in our Cocio One.
And the sugar content?
The sugar content is 10g/100g in a Cocio Classic and 5,7g/100g in our Cocio One. Just enough to make life sweet.
Which ingredients can I find in a Cocio Classic and where do the ingredients come from?
Since 1951, we have produced our Cocio Classic chocolate milk in the exact same way – with only three ingredients, milk, cocoa and sugar. Milk comes from Danish farmers and fresh milk is delivered to Cocio every day. The sugar comes from either Denmark or Germany and the cocoa is the very best UTZ certified cocoa from Africa.
What does it mean that Cocio is sterilised?
To sterilise a Cocio means that we heat-treat our products after it is poured into the packaging - either in cans or in glass bottles. By doing this we get the famous delicious Cocio flavour and at the same time, we ensure that no bacteria can grow in our products. The heat treatment is a cooking process, where the products are cooked for about 20 minutes. After this process, a Cocio Classic can stay on the shelf for over 2 years and that’s without using any nasty additives.