A natural sweetener derived from the leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant, known for having zero calories.
A traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar, often used in Indian sweets, providing a distinct flavor.
In some regions of India, maple syrup-like products are produced from the sap of trees like date palms.
Widely used in Indian cuisine and Ayurvedic medicine, honey is a natural sweetener with potential health benefits.
Made from the kokum fruit native to the Indian subcontinent, used as a natural sweetener in beverages and culinary preparations.
In powdered form, mulethi is used as a sweetener in traditional Ayurvedic preparations.
Derived from the sap of the coconut palm, used in various Indian sweets and dishes.
Made from dates, this syrup is a natural sweetener used in various Indian recipes.
Extracted from the sap of palm trees, it is a traditional sweetener in South India, known for its unique taste and use in regional dishes.