Maple Syrup in a hockey shaped bottle 200ml / 6.8fl.oz this syrup
Why Not Try Maple Syrup As An Alternative To Processed Sugar?
Substituting processed sugar for maple syrup could be a healthier option!
From research conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) it has been shown that maple syrup has a calcium content similar to whole milk, its also rich in minerals and vitamins including calcium, potassium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorous and iron. Maple syrup contains around 54 individual compounds with some of these compounds unique to maple syrup. The vitamins maple syrup contains include B2, B6, B5, Niacin, Biotin, folic acid, and even traces of amino acids which are used to build proteins in the body.
Did You Know?
Its takes around 40 gallons of maple sap just to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. Maple sap in its natural form is around 2% sugar whilst after boiling it becomes condensed to around 67%.
The glycemic index is also good for maple syrup in comparison to other sweeteners and is around 54, in comparison cane sugar is higher at 65 which means that maple syrup hits the bodies system a little less harshly than other sweeteners.
Delivery Through Maple Syrup Direct
Here at Maple Syrup Direct we use the services of a number of postal carriers and offer worldwide shipping on all our maple syrups, maple candies, maple sugars and other maple products. We constantly negotiate the best rates possible with Canada Post, USPS, UPS, and Fedex, to try to reduce delivery costs however we recommend that customers order their maple products in bulk which reduces the individual product shipping costs allowing us to package multiple products in one parcel.