Good? No. There's some good stuff in there to be sure but lots of added sugar, guar gum and natural flavors. I'd use it in a pinch but I wouldn't make a habit of it.
Having said that if you are just starting out and are used to using Coffeemate creamer in your coffee I say buy the Silk and enjoy. You'll get some good benefit from the coconut and you can move on to a more unadulterated product when you're ready.
It depends on how strict you are. It is sweetened with evaporated cane juice, which is just sugar, it is thickened with guar gum and it is enriched. I would bet that it is pasteurized too. That said, these ingredients are from natural sources, that does not mean organic, and coconut milk is good for you.
I find that most of these products seem overly thickened. I'm not personally bothered by the vanishingly small amount of guar gum required to thicken a couple quarts of liquid, it's just the texture I have trouble with.
I liked the Almond Breeze coconut-almond blend better, though I've only had the one in the shelf-stable TetraPak cartoons.
Thanks everyone I'm just starting and of course didn't read the lable very well. I know better now. I checked the priced on the real deal pricey pricey. Is 5.00 a normal price for one can? The one I found had sugarcane in it, the rest of the ingredients seemed ok
The very healthiest product would be coconut milk strained from fresh coconuts you cracked yourself. Most people don't go that route, for obvious reasons. Next best would be canned coconut milk, but it will have a preservative or 2. Least ideal would be the coconut milk in a carton: watered down, sweetened, with thickeners, synthetic vitamins and added flavors.