An average coconut weighs 680 grams, and the average coconut tree produces thousands of coconuts over an approximately 70-year life span. While the average weight is 680 grams, coconuts can commonly weigh up to 2.5 kilograms.
Coconuts are considered a fruit, come from palm trees and are native to Malaysia. Coconut-producing palm trees are now found all over the world in Africa, India, Hawaii, South America, the Pacific islands and other locations with tropical climates. Coconut is an excellent source of potassium and is used in many products. The Seychelles double coconut is the largest coconut in the world, and they can actually weigh up to 20 kilograms.