Gur (jaggery) is a natural product of sugarcane. It is in more unrefined form than sugar.Jaggery is commonly made from two products, that are sugar cane and date palm tree. The process of making gur is easier and more convenient than sugar, and has healthier than consuming refined sugar.Gur is mainly for human consumption, and is used in making sweet items. It is also consumed in raw form. Jaggery is also used in making alcoholic drinks and Ayruveda medicines. Jaggery is majorly used in the food processing industry for confectionery items, toffees, chocolates, chewing gums etc.Herbie's Spices Jaggery powder is more convenient to use than blocks or cakes. Jaggery is made from boiled down sugar cane juice, and is believed to be healthier than white sugar. Jaggery shows some true Eastman colours is jaggery, ranging from golden yellow to golden brown, brown, dark brown and like the color of dark chocolate, depending upon the extent to which it was cooked. Sugar can come from sugar cane or the root of the sugar beet plant. Maple syrup (from maple trees) and honey are also almost all made of sugar. They contain very small amounts of other chemicals which make them look and taste different.The sugar that is white sugar is the same as that in raw sugar and treacle – but raw sugar and treacle contain other things which make them a brown colour and taste different.Sugar is made from sugar beet or sugar cane by refining it. This is done in a factory called a refinery.White sugar is crushed to make castor sugar and icing sugar. Many foods, like fruit, vegetables and dairy products, contain natural sugars. The sugar in dairy products is called lactose.Sugar helps foods last longer by acting as a preservative in foods like jam, canned or bottled fruit and vegetables.Some people add sugar to their food or drinks to make them taste sweeter.Sugar can make food look good, eg by being sprinkled on the top of cakes and pies.It works with yeast to make bread rise.It makes ice-cream and ice-blocks taste sweet.It's in special 'sometimes' foods like sweets, chocolate and soft drinks.