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Nutritional FACTS


Maple syrup surpasses other sweeteners in its nutrient value and provides a number of vitamins and minerals to the body as well as antioxidants. When incorporated into a healthy diet and used in moderation, it makes an excellent sweetener and culinary ingredient.

From the kitchen to the bar top, maple syrup has found its rightful place in many different culinary settings for chefs, home cooks, and mixologists alike. Its complex flavor profile makes it a versatile ingredient with notes of vanilla, caramel, toasted marshmallow, and more. The flavor wheel below lists flavors you may taste in maple syrup, with high quality tasting notes on the top and off-flavors from poor quality maple syrup on the lower end.

Maple Flavor Wheel

Agriculture & Agri-Food

Canada  (AAFC) & Centre ACER, 2017

Athletes have started using maple syrup as a fuel for high intensity and endurance workouts. With a low glycemic index, maple syrup in its pure form is readily absorbed into the body and gives athletes longer sustained energy without crashing.


Whether you're drinking it straight from the bottle, pouring it onto pancakes, or adding it into other recipes, there's a place for maple in every home. Try some of our maple recipes below.

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