|Net / Pack sizes: 500g, 1kg|
It is primarily used in India, where many categorise sugar made from sugar cane as jaggery and that processed from palm trees as gur. It comes in several forms, the two most popular being a soft, honeybutter texture and a solid cakelike form. The former is used to spread on breads and confections, while the solid version serves to make candies, and when crushed, to sprinkle on cereal, and so on.
Jaggery has a sweet, winey fragrance and flavor that lends distinction to whatever food it embellishes.