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Jaggery powder


Our organic jaggery is made by a marginal farmer, without using Fertilizers, Pesticides or Hormones. This jaggery is a rich source of Iron, calcium, magnesium, essential amino acid, minerals and vital vitamins.


Jaggery can be made from numerous sources like date palm, the sap of coconut and more, but jaggery made from sugarcane juice is most preferred by people. Ancient Ayurveda also strongly recommend jaggery as a tasty and healthy alternative to refined sugar.


Jaggery is 30-40% water, 40-60% sucrose, 15-25% inverted sugar, 0.30% calcium, 8.5-10 mg iron, 05/100 mg phosphorus, 0.10/100 mg, protein and 14/100mg vitamin B. Although it has the same calorific value as that of sugar, it is a better substitute for the white refined sugar as it a a genuinely Food which is medicine.


The colour of the jaggery also plays an important role in identifying purity. Ideally the colour of the jaggery should be dark brown. The yellowish colour may indicate chemical treatment.

  Benefits of using jaggery :
  • Generates heat inside the body
  • Boosts immunity within the body
  • Prevents constipation and enhances the production of digestive enzymes
  • Helps in preventing joint pain
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Rich in iron contents, prevents anemia
  • Boosts body metabolism

Natural cane sugar

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Our 100% Natural cane sugar is :
  • unrefined
  • unbleached
  • not treated with sulphur
  • no color added
  • no chemical additives
  Nutrition facts (value per Kg of sugar) : Calories : 3990Kcal/kg Fat : 0/kg Magnesium : 90mg/kg Potassium : 190mg/kg Sodium : 14mg/kg Zinc : < 0.5mg/kg Carbohydrates : 99.72% Sucrose : 97.85% Protein : 0g/kg Total mineral salts : 0.1640% Iron : 2.43mg/kg Calcium : 188mg/kg   Shelf life : 12 months Storage : Store in a cool & dry place, in an airtight container. Keep away from direct heat and sunlight.

Forest Honey (Multiflora)


Our multiflora honey is Unprocessed, raw and collected from the wild forests in the Western Ghat of Maharashtra.


Western Ghat region of Maharashtra has been declared as "World Heritage" by UNESCO. Historically the Western Ghats have always been well-covered in dense forests which provides honey, wild foods and natural habitats for native people.


At present 500+ Beekeepers from 38 villages collect wild honey. All these Beekeepers have been trained to collect bee honey from western ghats without disturbing or harming the bees, their colonies and their environment.


Nutritional information (approx value per 100gm) :

Energy : 322.08 kcal

Protein : 0.7gm

Carbohydrates : 79.82gm


Things to remember :

* Do not refrigerate.

* Honey crystallisation is normal, when it happens put in warm water or sunlight.

Palm jaggery powder


Palm jaggery comes from the palm plant which takes about 15 years to bear fruit. Traditionally every part of this tree is used for the production of some type of item. The leaves are used for roofing on houses, fibers are used for weaving baskets and wood of the dead trees are used as building blocks. The palm jaggery is one of three unique types of palm trees (the others being coconut and date palm) that have been known to produce a sweet tasting sap. This sweet sap is traditionally harvested 2 times daily between the months of March and December. Collecting this sap is a labor of love and has to be done by hand to not destroy these trees. Therefore this process is slow and time-consuming.

Advantages of palm jaggery :

  • Possible nourishing source of minerals
  • Natural source of iron
  • Low glycemic food
  • May support healthy digestion
  • Maybe a safe food for diabetics
  • Glycemic index (GI) rating: 38 = low (honey is 55 and table sugar is 68)
  • A possible source of energy

This product is 100% natural and minimally processed. Taste, smell, texture, and color may vary from batch to batch. Due to its nature, this powder tends to clump.

It wouldn't be wrong to say that in comparison to other forms of sugar, it is no doubt a better alternative, just as honey is. But, that definitely doesn't mean that one should over indulge, using heaps of it in beverages, cereals and desserts.