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JAGGERY: A REVOLUTION IN THE FIELD OF NATURAL SWEETENERS

@inproceedings{Shrivastav2016JAGGERYAR,
  title={JAGGERY: A REVOLUTION IN THE FIELD OF NATURAL SWEETENERS},
  author={P. Shrivastav and A. Verma and R. Walia and R. Parveen and Archana Singh},
  year={2016}
}
Jaggery is the natural sweetener which is prepared by sugarcane juice. It is available in solid, liquid & powder form. It is also called as Non centrifugal sugar (NCS) and is known by many different names in the world like Panela, Kokuto, Muscovado. The sap collected from some palm trees such as palmyra-palm (Borassus flabellifer L.), coconut-palm (Cocos nucifera L.), wild date-palm (Phoenix sylvestris Roxb.) .The methods of converting sugarcane and manufacturing sugar, gur and khandsari are… Expand

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