The Wholefood Pantry 100% Pure Canadian Maple Syrup is sourced from the beautiful maple forests that populate the Portneuf region of Quebec.
The highest care is taken to ensure that the process of turning maple water into the maple syrup we all love, maintains that classic maple syrup taste.
How is Maple Syrup made? When spring temperatures warm, this enables maple trees to turn their stored starch back into sugar. The sap is made by way of the maple tree mixing ground water with the sugar. The sap is generally clear water containing about 2 % sugar. By drilling the tree, capturing the sap and boiling it down, this removes most of the water content. it takes about 150 litres of sap to make about 4 litres of maple syrup, which has a sugar content of 66.9%
100 % Pure Organic Canadian Maple Syrup
|Serving Size – 35 ml||Servings approx – 27|
per 100 g