Maple syrup is made by boiling the thin (like water), slightly sweet sap of the sugar maple tree in large, shallow pans over a very hot fire. The sap is boiled until most of the water in the sap has been evaporated, and it is concentrated, or “reduced,” to syrup. As much as 40-45 gallons of sap are needed to produce one gallon of syrup!
100% Pure Maple Syrup Grade A is a light, aromatic syrup, with a delicious maple flavor. This is what is used as traditional “pancake maple syrup.” It is produced at the beginning of the season and onward as the weather warms up.
NO pure maple syrup is refined in any way whatsoever. ALL pure maple syrup contains many beneficial nutrients, including minerals such as potassium, magnesium, and iron.
Item #213234 (32oz) & 210032 (Gallon) Grade A (Not Kosher - Not Organic)
Information Updated: 10/15/15.