Maple sugar made from 100% pure Pennsylvania maple syrup


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Maple sugar is a great replacement for white sugar. Whether you’re looking for an unprocessed sweetener or just want to add a subtle maple flavor, this is the sweetener for you.

Made from 100% Grade A Maple Syrup. Note – All maple sugar has a consistency similar to brown sugar. Small soft lumps may appear, simply apply light pressure and they should crumble. This is due to a small amount of required residual moisture, over dried maple sugar forms hard clump and should be avoided.

No chemical/organic herbicide/pesticides are used producing this sugar. The plastic jug is 100% BPA free and sealed for safety. No artificial flavors, preservatives or dyes. Gluten and dairy free.

  • 100% pure, all natural, maple sugar
  • Made in the USA from pure Grade A maple syrup
  • Sustainably harvested from our Pennsylvania hardwood forests
  • No chemicals, preservatives, artificial flavors, colors, or other additives
  • Solar powered equipment and energy saving reverse osmosis/steam recapture systems keep our resource use to a minimum
  • Family owned and operated by a half dozen people
  • Nova maple sugar is not made with syrup blended from hundreds of questionable farms. It is not repacked by a large corporation that doesn’t even make its own syrup

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6 oz, 12 oz, 24 oz, 3 lb, 6 lb

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Comments (23)

  1. Hello,
    Do you offer wholesale pricing to businesses?
    Thank you!

  2. Brenda says:

    What is the shelf life of the maple sugar products, please?

    • jake says:

      Hi Brenda, Just replied to your wholesale message. We put three years on our sugar shelf life, it’s sort of like brown sugar where it can dry out and clump up a little bit over time depending on how it’s stored. It never really goes “bad”, it can just dry out over time, usually more once opened compared to being sealed

  3. Bob McCaulely says:

    Does anyone still make HARD maple sugar blocks? The kind where you just chip off a piece like knapping a piece of flint?

    • From a quick search online, it looks like there are a few businesses that sell this, calling it an “old-fashioned” maple block. You are actually the second person to ask about this, so we are looking into it. Thanks for your comment!

      • Jennifer Smith says:

        I’m looking for something similar, except instead of a block, it’s 3″ (roughly, it’s been a few years since I’ve seen it) diameter puck-shaped hard maple candy, you have to suck on it to eat, if you try to bite it you might hurt yourself haha. I’ve found it at 2 different festivals, except of course, the 2nd time I went the candy was nowhere to be found.

        • Hi Jennifer,
          We don’t have a product like that at this point in time. Unfortunately we won’t have time to get something like that to market in the near future due to how busy we are with holiday sales, but if you keep an eye on our social media/blog, we will certainly post when we do! Thanks for your interest.

  4. Paul LaRocque says:

    I would like to buy 1 litre of maple butter please and have it shipped to my home. When I hit your magnifying lens, it wouldn’t let me search for it.

    Please advise. I am looking for this to be shipped 2-3x per year.

    Merry Christmas!


  5. Patricia says:


    • Once you have the size of sugar selected in the drop down menu as well as the quantity (1), you click the purple “add to cart” button. Once you do that, a banner appears above showing a green check mark, and a grey button to “view cart”. Click that, and you will be able to check out from there.

  6. Hannah Braun says:

    Hi there, wondering if you sell in bulk quantities? Looking for a fine mesh maple sugar. Thanks!

  7. Do you have special wholesale pricing for businesses? I am interested in purchasing bulk quantity.

  8. Bronko Carr says:

    Looking forward to adding this flavor to.my cooking needs

  9. Kraig M Mccluskey says:

    why are the maple pebbles so much more than the sugar?? are they basiclly the same product?

    • The pebbles are like hardened balls of maple sugar. They are much more complicated to make than the sugar, and have also caused more wear and tear on our equipment than the production of any of our other products.

  10. ron allen says:


    • Hi Ron, you should be able to use a debit card for payment. We receive many payments with a debit card ass opposed to credit and would like to investigate if something went wrong when you tried. Can you send us an email with your phone number so we can give you a call and figure this out?

  11. Dea Nurse says:

    Do you feature wholesale prices for business