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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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  1. Tj says:

    Hello! I’m a baker and recipe developer. I don’t use cane sugar, chemical leavening agents, vegetable oils, toxins, junk, etc., so I use maple sugar almost exclusively. I was wondering if your product (even if uncertified, I understand the certification is quite difficult) uses organic practices? I’m also wondering if there’s a possibility for bulk/wholesale pricing? I go through quite a lot! Thanks for any information.

  2. Susan says:

    interested in using the maple sugar in homemade sausage versus the maple syrup. Do you have any recipes?