The Researcher hail from of Ramanathapuram district, this research undertaken with an inquisition mind to support the local palm products producer families working in the coastal regions of Ramanathapuram District. It is an “untapped Potential” of this district, possessing more than one crore palm trees resource with no appreciable development and research in processing Neera for Palm sugar production. The multi- dimensional approach to public health and natural resources viability in specific regions of human habitation and its contribution to good health is the focus to work on this topic "Palm sugar production” – to bring out the ease in preparing “Palm Sugar” crystals which is a new initiative of the investigator of this study .The challenges that the scientists, researchers, extension workers and farmers face in this millennium is to find appropriate and improved ways of utilizing the earth's resources.In the existing process of preparing palm candy in villages (in Tamil -Panag kalkandu) impurities like thread, sand, dust etc., are present. Considering the deleterious effect of consuming this type of palm sugar, a necessity.
Dr. S. Muthumareeswari, Asst. Professor, Department of HomeScience and Research Centre, has 15 years of experience in R&D and Teaching at Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for women, Kilakarai. She has completed her Doctoral degree in HomeScience from Alagappa University, Karaikudi, TamiNadu, India.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Palm Sugar, nutrients, Palm Sap, Palm Sugar Extractor, Borassus flabellifer Linn, Palm Jaggery, Palm Syrup, Vacuum evaporator, brix, crystallization, Natural sugar, total sugars, anti-diabetic, Palm candy
TECHNOLOGY / General