Maple Syrup by Farm & Florist

$35.00

Maple Syrup by Farm & Florist

Drizzle in on top of fresh fruit, serve it with Sunday Brunch, or simply add a teaspoon to your morning coffee, our maple syrup is the perfect addition to your dishes and desserts.  With a high mineral count, many beneficial antioxidants, and an unmatched flavour, Maple Syrup has earned its spot as one of Canada’s sweetest staple foods.  72mg THC, 9mg THC/TBL

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Maple Syrup by Farm & Florist. Drizzle in on top of fresh fruit, serve it with Sunday Brunch, or simply add a teaspoon to your morning coffee, our maple syrup is the perfect addition to your dishes and desserts.  With a high mineral count, many beneficial antioxidants, and an unmatched flavour, Maple Syrup has earned its spot as one of Canada’s sweetest staple foods.  72mg THC, 9mg THC/TBL

Ingredients: 100% Organic Maple Syrup and (THC) distillate

Maple Syrup by Farm & Florist

Compared to refined (or “table”) cane sugar that offers absolutely no nutrients, maple syrup contains some important antioxidants and minerals like zinc and manganese. When we do a side-by-side comparison of sugar nutrition and maple syrup nutrition, we see that they have a few things in common, but also some things that definitely make maple syrup more favorable.

What makes maple syrup better than regular sugar?

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Both are made of about two-thirds sucrose, but maple syrup supplies less sugar overall to your diet plus more nutrients. The glycemic index score of maple syrup is about 54, compared to a score of about 65 for regular cane sugar. (1) This means that one benefit of maple syrup nutrition is that it impacts your blood sugar levels a bit less drastically than table sugar does. Maple syrup also supplies some trace minerals and antioxidants, while sugar lacks both of these.

Another factor that makes these two sweeteners very different is how they are made. Maple syrup is derived from the sap of maple trees. Unlike refined cane sugar – which undergoes a long, complex process in order to be condensed in crystalized sugar – maple syrup is a relatively a much more natural, unrefined product. And as you probably know, high fructose corn syrup is not natural or a healthy choice, and neither are artificial sweeteners (hence the name).

For example, sugarcane stalks and beets are mechanically harvested, cleaned, washed, milled, extracted, juiced, filtered, purified, vacuumed and condensed – all before they even become sugar crystals!

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