Maple Syrup, Organic  (Grade A, 100% Pure) - 946ml

Maple Syrup, Organic (Grade A, 100% Pure) - 946ml



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Ceres Maple Syrup, Organic (Grade A, Dark Colour, Robust Taste,100% Pure) - 946ml

Organic maple syrup sourced from a collective of small independent family farms in Canada and the US, it's dark, thick, and has a deliciously robust flavour. 100% pure, straight up goodness.

A word of warning: You may want to think twice before splashing Maple Syrup on your Pancakes.......Not all are created equal!  Many of the supermarket brands are "maple flavoured" and contain nasties I prefer to avoid - like corn syrup, artificial flavouring, preservatives and additives.

At Happy and Healthy, we only offer the real deal... Our maple syrups contain no artificial ingredients and are made from 100% pure maple tree sap. No nasties added!

 

Ingredients: Organic Maple Syrup

Origin: Canada, USA

Certification: BioGro Organic

Enjoy Me...

  • Maple syrup is a delicious natural sweetener, that can be used in place of sugar or honey. Use in baked goods, beverages, desserts or drizzle over waffles, pancakes, breakfast bowls and yoghurt.
  • It also works well in marinades and sauces in many savoury dishes.

How Interesting...

  • Maple trees are tapped by boring holes into their trunks and collecting the exuded sap. The sap is processed by heating to evaporate much of the water, leaving the concentrated syrup.
  • The American Indians were the first to discover the secret of the maple tree by observing that red squirrels licked the sap off branches cracked by frost in winter. The warmth of the spring sun evaporated some of the water in the sap, making it even sweeter.
Enjoy Me...
1. Maple syrup is a delicious natural sweetener, that can be used in place of sugar or honey. Use in baked goods, beverages, desserts or drizzle over waffles, pancakes, breakfast bowls and yoghurt.
2. It also works well in marinades and sauces in many savoury dishes.
How Interesting...
1. Maple trees are tapped by boring holes into their trunks and collecting the exuded sap. The sap is processed by heating to evaporate much of the water, leaving the concentrated syrup.
2. The American Indians were the first to discover the secret of the maple tree by observing that red squirrels licked the sap off branches cracked by frost in winter. The warmth of the spring sun evaporated some of the water in the sap, making it even sweeter.

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