• Muzaffarnagar
  • Jaggery


    Jaggery is a concentrated product of cane sugar. It is used as the sweetener and is often considered as the healthy replacement for sugar. It is sometimes referred to as a "non-centrifugal sugar," because it is not spun during processing to remove the nutritious molasses. Muzaffarnagar is primarily an agriculture based district. For the past 50 years, it is known for its traditionally prepared jaggery. The gud or jaggery made here is also exported to other states like Gujarat, Rajasthan and Haryana. Muzaffarnagar is considered as one of the biggest markets of jaggery in Uttar Pradesh.


    Muzaffarnagar is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh that is a part of Saharanpur Division. Muzaffarnagar city is the district headquarters. Muzaffarnagar is a part of National Capital Region. This district is located at northern part of Uttar Pradesh. Muzaffarnagar lies between the districts of Meerut on the South and Saharanpur on the North. On the west, the Yamuna separates it from the Panipat and Thaneswar tehsil of the Karnal district of Haryana; and on the east the river Ganga forms the boundary between this district and the Bijnor tehsil of the district of same name.

    • Tehsils


    • Blocks


    • Village


    • Registered
      Industrial Units


    • Small Industries


    • Sugar Mill
    • Chemical Industries
    • Paper Mill

    • Agro based
    • Ready-made garments & embroidery
    • Wood/wooden based furniture
    • Paper & Paper products
    • Chemical/Chemical based
    • Metal based (Steel Fab.)
    • Engineering units
    • Electrical machinery and transport equipment
    • Repairing & servicing