Jaggery Square (1Kg)

Sale price Rs. 109.00
  • 100% Organic: Made from sugarcane grown without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
  • Rich in Nutrients: Contains minerals like iron, magnesium, and potassium.
  • Natural Sweetener: Offers a wholesome sweetness to dishes and beverages.
  • Eco-Friendly Production: Crafted through traditional methods that ensure minimal environmental impact.
  • Supports Digestive Health: Often used in Ayurvedic remedies to aid digestion.
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Jaggery Square (1Kg)

Jaggery Square (1Kg)

Rs. 109.00

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Organic Mandya Standard Jaggery Square is made from the pure, unrefined sugarcane juice sourced from organic farms nestled in the fertile regions near Kabini and Nagarahole National Parks. These jaggery squares offer a rich, caramel-like sweetness and are a healthier alternative to refined sugar. They are traditionally used in Indian cooking and Ayurvedic medicine for their nutritional benefits, including their rich mineral content.


Usage & Storage Tips


Q: What is jaggery and how is it different from regular sugar?

A: Jaggery is an unrefined natural sweetener made from sugarcane juice. Unlike refined sugar, jaggery retains trace minerals and vitamins, making it healthier.

Q: How can I use jaggery squares in my daily diet? A: Jaggery can be used as a sweetener in tea, coffee, desserts, and cooking, replacing refined sugar.

Q: What are the health benefits of using jaggery?

A: Jaggery aids in digestion, acts as a detox, and provides energy. It is also known for its ability to purify the blood and boost immunity.

Q: How should I store jaggery to maintain its freshness?

A: Keep it in an airtight container in a cool, dry place to prevent it from hardening or attracting moisture.

Q: Is Organic Mandya Jaggery suitable for diabetics?

A: While jaggery has a lower glycemic index than white sugar, it should still be consumed in moderation by diabetics under medical advice.