Made from the Sugar Palm. Sugar Palms only grow in a diverse forest, in which many other animal and plant species live. The sugar palm has several unique features that make it the champion of the forest. A few years after the tree is planted a daily amount of juice can be tapped from the tree. The tree then releases large quantities of juice (mature trees produce 20-30 litres a day, some even more than 50) with a sugar concentration of about 11%. Some examples of its products are bio-ethanol, (very healthy) palm sugar and bio-plastics. All in all, this one tree can deliver over 60 different kinds of products, ranging from bio fuel and sugar to extremely strong fibres used for roofing, medicine and a good quality of wood (after the end of its life cycle).