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Maple spread 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.
Maple taffy is made by boiling maple syrup to produce an unctuous, moreish concentrate.
Maple flakes are made by freeze-drying (dehydrating) maple syrup. Try them in meat or vegetable dishes, baking - or in cocktails.
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.
The maple tree owes its life, growth, and self-preservation to its sap, which is mostly water. the maple water that flows within, carrying 46 essential nutrients to every extremity. Even better for humans, it contains only 8g of carbohydrates and 35 calories per 375ml serving!
There's a host of incredible products featuring maple from Canada.
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.