A. Sugar

India's sugar industry is substantially established, having a consumer base of billions of people. India is the world's largest consumer of sugar and the world's second largest producer. In India, there are over 45 million sugar cane growers. Sugarcane is grown on around 4 million hectares of land in India. In India, the sugar sector is worth Rs. 250 billion, and there are over 450 sugar mills with an average installed capacity of 18 million tons. The total number of sugar mills in Maharashtra is 199, accounting for over 40% of all sugar mills in India. The Maharashtra Sugar Industry is one of the country’s most famous and large-scale sugar production sectors. Kolhapur has the biggest total sugar production in Maharashtra. The Maharashtra Sugar Industry has grown dramatically in recent years. We offer a total of seven sugar grades, namely L 31, L30, M31, M30, S31, S30, and SS 31, based on four crystal sizes, large, medium, small, and super small, and two color series 31 & 30 (31 color series sugar being comparatively better in color than 30 color series sugar), which were issued by an expert committee comprised of members from the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Bureau of Indian Standards, Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, and Indian We export and sell a diverse assortment of white refined, unrefined, brown, raw, unprocessed sugar at competitive prices. We provide high-quality sugar in bulk shipping, various package sizes, and container shipments.

B. Jaggery

Jaggery is an unrefined natural sugar that is made without the use of any chemicals. India accounts for more than 70% of global jaggery output. Jaggery, sometimes known as "medicinal sugar," is nutritionally equivalent to honey. For 3000 years, it has been utilized as a sweetener in Ayurvedic medicine. Jaggery is thought to be effective in treating throat and lung infections in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. While refined sugar is mostly made up of glucose and fructose, jaggery is mostly made up of glucose and sucrose. However, jaggery has minerals and vitamins that refined sugar does not. Jaggery contains calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron, and trace amounts of zinc and copper. Folic acid and B-complex vitamins are among the vitamins present. Apart from being a wonderful source of energy, it also helps to avoid rheumatic diseases, biliary issues, weariness, and the relaxing of muscles, neurons, and blood vessels; maintains blood pressure and reduces water retention; increases hemoglobin level and prevents anemia. We provide of Jaggery in different cubes, blocks as well as in powder form and quantity and packaging as per preferences of customers.