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Jaggery is an unrefined natural sugar that is produced without adding any chemicals. More than 70% of the total world jaggery production is done in India. Jaggery is popularly known as the “medicinal sugar” and is nutritionally comparable with honey. As the major producer of Jaggery, the country has been recognized as one of the leading traders and exporters of jaggery…




  • Dried wood mash from the pulverized sugarcane is customarily utilized as fuel for the heater. While bubbling the juice, lime is included to it so that all the wood particles rise to the beat of the juice in a foam, which is skimmed off.

  • At long last, the juice is thickened. The coming about thick fluid is approximately one-third of the first volume. This hot fluid is brilliant. It is mixed ceaselessly and lifted with a spatula to watch whether it shapes a string or dribbles while falling.

  • In the event that it shapes numerous strings, it has totally thickened. It is poured into a shallow flat-bottomed skillet to cool and cement. The container is amazingly huge to permit as it were a lean coat of this hot fluid to make at its foot, so as to extend the surface area for speedy dissipation and cooling.

  • After cooling, the jaggery gets to be a delicate strong that's molded into the required shape. The quality of jaggery is judged by its color; brown implies it is higher in pollution and golden-yellow suggests it is generally immaculate.

jaggery powder


  • It is a component in syrups, candies,sorbets,traditional Indian health supplements, and chocolates.

  • Among jaggery's many advantages are its capacity to detoxify the body, serve as a digestive aid, sweeten food in a healthy way, and supply significant mineral levels.

Liquid Jaggery


  • After sugarcane juice has been clarified and concentrated, it produces liquid jaggery, which is the final product. It is semi-liquid and is also referred to as concentrate sugarcane juice.

  • Popular names for it include Kaakavi in Marathi, Kakavi in Kannada, and Golnupa in Gujarati.

  • Jaggery is a liquid that is made up of water, sugar, and non-sugar ingredients. The non-sugar materials include

    • proteins,

    • amino acids,

    • phenolic compounds,

    • citric acid,

    • gums,

    • polysaccharides,

    • wax,

    • sterol,

    • pigments,

    • and salts of calcium,

    • potassium,

    • magnesium,

    • phosphorous,

    • iron, zinc,

    • and sulphur,

    • among other organic and inorganic substances.

  • The sugar comes in the form of sucrose, glucose, and fructose. The inverted sugar content of liquid jaggery is higher (approximately 33.7%) than that of solid jaggery (6.28%), and the human digestive system can swiftly and easily absorb it.


  • Natural sweetener as well as a good source of glucose

  • Boosts immunity and is a good source of nutrients.

  • Greatly helps in weight loss and treats acne and pimples

  • Clears respiratory tracts, lungs, food pipes, stomach, and intestines

  • It Aids digestion and reduces constipation


  • Aids digestion.

  • Detoxifies the liver and blood.

  • Treatment of pulmonary and bronchial infections. Relieve constipation.

  • Increase energy levels.

  • Reduce stress.

  • Treatment of premenstrual syndrome.

  • It has antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties.

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