You could make your own... I found a "recipe" here.
I've never found a canned coconut milk that I really loved the flavor of, unfortunately. I tried using coconut cream concentrate with water, but didn't like the graininess that resulted. Plus it didn't have that "fresh" coconut flavor that I love. So I make my own.
I have a coconut shredder, so the whole thing takes me about 15 minutes. I drain the liquid, crack open the coconut (this takes about 30 seconds over the sink of done properly), shred the meat, blend with 1 1/2 cups of hot water, and strain through a muslin bag.
I've also found coconut milk and cream in the freezer section at a local Korean grocery. There is one brand (don't remember the name) that didn't have any added sugar or preservatives, but a lot of the other brands do, so read the labels carefully if you go that route.
There's also Trader Joe's own brand, although unfortunately they only carry the "light" coconut milk.
The only ingredients are coconut milk and water.
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I was wondering if you could email me some information regarding your
canned Native Forest Organic Coconut Milk, specifically, whether or
not you use BPA in the cans. I'm conducting a survey to find out which
canned foods are free of Bisphenol-A.
Sorry for the delayed response. Please be advised the tin plate of the can (body/end) is lined _internally_ with Epoxy Phenolic Aluminised Sulphur Resistant lacquer (double) and _externally _with Clear Epoxy or Gold Epoxy Phenolic. No bisphenal A is used for our cans. If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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