Maple Syrup in a special hockey shaped 200ml – 6.76 fl.oz bottle
How To Use Maple Syrup As A Sugar Substitute
Its been shown that substituting maple syrup for processed sugar is a healthier option, just add 3/4 of the amount of maple syrup as you would normally use for cane sugar.
Did you know that maple syrup contains the same amount of calcium as whole milk? That is according to figures from the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) its also known to be a rich source of minerals and vitamins including (but not limited to) potassium,calcium,magnesium, manganese, phosphorous and iron. Maple syrup also contains 54 individual compounds many of which are unique to maple syrup with one believed to be produced from the boiling process. Maple syrup contains Niacin, Biotin, folic acid,B2, B6, B5, and even traces of amino acids which the body uses to build proteins.
Maple Syrup Facts:
To make just 1 gallon of maple syrup it takes 40 gallons of maple sap and in its natural form (before boiling) the sugar content is around 2%. After boiling the sap is condensed and sugar content increases to around 67%.
Maple syrup also has a glycemic index of about 54 which is also better than many other sweeteners in comparison can sugar has a glycemic index of 65 which means your body can absorb the sugar from maple syrup better.
Worldwide Delivery From Maple Syrup Direct
Maple Syrup Direct now offers worldwide delivery on all its products through USPS, UPS, Fedex, and Canada Post. Whilst we are constantly negotiating the best possible prices in order to keep costs down, it is recommended that customers purchase multiple products that will allow us to package together further reducing the transportation costs for individual products.