Jaggery powders in contrast to sugar powders
I understand that sugar, even the brownest, darkest and "wholeest" is generally a refined sugar with added molasses.
In contrast, I understand that a jaggery is the naturally occurring sugar with all its extra minerals, dietary fibers and possibly also vitamins --- totally unrefined.
In a Google search I did find some Jaggery powders but these might be very rare (I never came across jaggery in powders in any supermarket website, rather only as "jaggery paste" solid chunks);
Do jaggery powders contain the same jaggery as of solid jaggery chunks and are powdering-agents (powderizers) normally being added to such products?