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There's a host of incredible products featuring maple from Canada.
Maple sugar comes in the texture of sugar, icing sugar, or fruit sugar. It's perfect for sweet and savoury dishes - or for coffee or tea.
Maple flakes are made by freeze-drying (dehydrating) maple syrup. Try them in meat or vegetable dishes, baking - or in cocktails.
Maple taffy is made by boiling maple syrup to produce an unctuous, moreish concentrate.
Maple butter is a buttery-textured spread produced through skilfully cooking, cooling and stirring maple sap. It's great on desserts, pancakes and French toast - and doesn't contain butter or dairy.
Pure Maple Syrup
Pure maple syrup is produced by tapping the sap from maple trees in Québec, Canada.
A natural source of energy
Maple syrup is a natural source of energy. Check out our recipes for food and drinks before, during, and after exercise.