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How pure maple syrup helps grow healthy kids

What we eat as children shapes much of what we eat as adults. This is why it’s so important to develop healthy-eating habits early on. Just as importantly, it’s essential that children understand just what More »

Real vs. Fake Maple Facebook Contest: Show us how much you love real maple!

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Do you love pure maple syrup? And does the fake stuff make you want to More »

Table Syrup Ingredients vs. Maple Syrup Nutrition: 5 Points You Should Know

Log Cabin was the first brand to market “breakfast syrup” in 1887, and at the time it contained 45% maple syrup. Its most expensive product today contains a mere 4% – and virtually no maple syrup nutrition.

The Health Benefits of Maple Syrup: 5 Points You Should Know

Here are 5 quick and easy health benefits of maple syrup. Who knew maple syrup could taste so good and be so good for you?!

Sustainable Maple Syrup Farming: 5 Points You Should Know

Here are 5 points you should know about sustainable maple syrup farming.

5 Reasons to Buy Pure Maple

Ever contemplate buying fake maple syrup? Here are 5 reasons to go for the real thing.

Deceptive Packaging

Deceptive packaging can fool consumers into thinking they are purchasing real maple syrup.

5 Points You Should Know about Deceptive Packaging

Here are 5 points you should know about the deceptive packaging of fake maple syrup.

Artificial Hormones, Pesticides & Fake Maple Syrup: 5 Points You Should Know

Interested in learning more about artificial hormones, pesticides and fake maple syrup? Here are 5 down and dirty points you should know.

The Real Cost of Cheap Food

The real cost of cheap food and processed syrups that contain High Fructose Corn Syrup in the United States is enormous, and it’s only getting bigger.

Check Labels

If there’s one positive outcome of rising obesity levels in America, it’s that they’re encouraging consumers to finally start reading nutrition labels.

Sustainably Harvested Maple

Sustainably harvested foods, such as pure maple syrup and maple sugar, have a lower carbon footprint than those produced via industrial agriculture. They pollute less, waste less, and help to recycle profits back into the local economy.

High Fructose Corn Syrup Facts

Despite all of the controversy over the dangers of high fructose corn syrup (the main ingredient in most fake maple syrups), there seems to be one thing that everyone can agree on – and that’s how difficult it is to avoid high fructose corn syrups, and other corn derivatives in our daily lives.

Health Benefits of Maple Syrup

As if the sweet, delicious flavor of pure maple syrup isn’t reason enough to eat up – researchers at the University of Rhode Island recently uncovered significant maple syrup health benefits as well.

Seriously Cerebral – 5 points you should know about HFCS

Here are 5 points everyone should know about High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS).

The Maple Deal “Real Maple Syrup vs. Log Cabin Syrup”

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The makers of Log Cabin Syrup and other breakfast syrups are looking for something edible to sell and they don’t want you to differentiate between little words like “maple” and “breakfast” or “table” when it comes to your syrup.