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Jaggery (Gur)

Scientific Name: Jaggery is produced from the sap of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) or the sap of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), though sugarcane is the most common source.

Manufacturing Process and Family: Jaggery is made by boiling the juice of sugarcane until it solidifies. The process involves extracting juice from sugarcane, filtering it to remove impurities, and then boiling it in large, flat-bottomed pans to promote evaporation. As the juice thickens, it is stirred continuously until it becomes a thick paste, which is then poured into molds to cool and solidify. The final product is a natural sweetener that retains many of the vitamins and minerals from the sugarcane juice.

Uses: Jaggery is widely used as a natural sweetener in cooking and baking, particularly in traditional Indian, Pakistani, and Sri Lankan cuisines. It adds a rich, caramel-like flavor to sweets, desserts, and savory dishes. Jaggery is also consumed raw for its supposed health benefits and is often used in religious rituals.

Benefits: Jaggery is considered healthier than refined sugar due to its retention of trace minerals and vitamins. It’s known for its ability to aid digestion, act as a detoxifying agent, and provide energy. Jaggery also contains antioxidants and minerals such as iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc, contributing to its health-promoting properties.
Production Method and Shelf Life: Jaggery can be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months. Proper storage helps to maintain its texture and prevent it from hardening.

International Names:

Product Name:Jaggery
Country of Origin :India
Shelf Life :6-8 months
Packaging Type:as per buyer requirement
Preferred Buyer Location:Worldwide

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