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Rayumi Organic Maple Syrup

When you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, don’t forget to consider using maple syrup which contains fewer calories and a high concentration of mineral than honey. Maple syrup is one of the many wonders of the world. This viscous amber liquid with its characteristics earthy sweet taste is made from the sap of the sugar, black or red maple tree. Maple syrup is sweet - and we're not just talking flavor. Maple syrup, as an excellent source of manganese and a good source of zinc, can also be sweet for your health. The trace mineral manganes is an essential cofactor in a number of enzymes important in energy production and antioxidant defenses. The zinc supplied by maple syrup, in addition to acting as an antioxidant, has other functions that can decrease the progression of atherosclerosis. The quality of the syrup varies in characteristics such as color, taste and consistency. All maple syrups are labeled with a grade based upon an official United States Department of Agricultural (USDA) grading system, we only sell the most beneficial (grade B). The USDA syrup grading system uses five different grades. Contrary to popular belief, maple syrup grades do not indicate a difference in quality or purity. Individual preference for a particular grade of maple syrup is similar to that of the wine consumer; some people prefer reds, some whites, some blush and so on. These maple syrup grades have upper and lower limits for color and flavor. As a general rule, the darker the color, the stronger the flavor Rayumi Organic Maple Syrup is extracted from the sweet sap of maple tree. (Grade A medium.)By Organic Standards, the trees are not over tapped to keep the tree in better health. The maple saps are stored in stainless steel drums and formaldehyde or other chemicals are prohibited in the processing. It is pure maple syrup. No corn added. It has a distinctive and robust flavor great for cooking, glazing and adds to porridge, pancakes and waffles.
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Net Weight: 250ml
Product of: Canada