Maple syrup represents a wordwide business opportunity
Maple syrup represents a worldwide business opportunity within a growing natural sweetener market. Maple syrup exports through the U.S., Japan, Europe, China and Australia have jumped in the past few years.
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MAPLE SYRUP PRODUCTS, QUALITY AND GRADE
Maple water varies naturally in colour and taste through the harvesting season. After the water is processed, the resulting Canadian maple syrup is evaluated and given a specific classification and grade. This classification includes two main categories:
Canada Grade A maple syrup
This maple syrup category includes a grading system based on quality standards and light transmission tests. Canada Grade A maple syrup is all-natural, and it’s tested, tasted and graded before being packaged.
BOTTLED MAPLE SYRUP FOR RETAILERS
Distributors offering eye-catching bottles of maple syrup to merchants are more likely to be successful since foodies crave authentic flavors and nice presentation. Why not give it a try?
WHOLESALE MAPLE SYRUP FOR RESTAURANTS COFFEE SHOPS AND HOTELS
Restaurant chefs, hotel managers and baristas have been crazy about maple products recently. The unique maple flavour allows them to create new tasting experiences for their customers. What will you create?
MAPLE BUTTER AND MAPLE SUGAR FOR RETAILERS
Merchants love maple butter for its popularity among consumers, who like using this natural sweet spread as a treat. Just look at the market stats in China! Maple sugar is also a best-seller worldwide. Do you love it too?
Canada Processing Grade maple syrup
The food processing industry is developing new products to meet consumers’ demands for natural sweeteners. More and more, maple syrup is being used as an ingredient in yogurt, cakes, ice cream, granola bars and other delicious treats.
Canada Processing Grade maple syrup is made exclusively for the food processing industry and is offered only in 5-litre containers or larger.
FRUIT SYRUPS: CRANBERRY, BLUEBERRY AND BLACKCURRANT SYRUP
Chefs enhance their meals and desserts with cranberry, blueberry and blackcurrant syrups, while mixologists enjoy adding them to cocktails. But most fruit syrup buyers are ordinary families who want tasty pancakes on Sunday morning.