Vermont Pure Maple Syrup, there’s nothing else like it in the world. People come from all over to taste our Maple syrup, now you can have it shipped to your door – Sugarmaker’s Choice, Grade A Fancy, Medium, Dark or Grade B – your taste, your choice !

The State of Vermont has changed the grading system of Vermont Pure Maple Syrup to make it easier for consumers to choose the product they enjoy the most.  When you place your order, you will notice the new changes which you will find easier to identify the product you are fond of.  Please be sure to contact us if you require any additional information.

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Important Updates:


Beginning January 1, 2013 all products are kosher for passover.

All products are GMO free.

The only defoamer used in our maple products is pure, organic, beeswax. No oils or anything else is added to the syrup while it is cooking.


1/2 GALLON MAPLE SYRUP
from $42.00
 
 

MAPLE CANDY
from $20.00

QUART OF MAPLE SYRUP
from $28.00


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Our Process

We produce thousands upon thousands of gallons of Maple syrup each year - We have designed and built all of the equipment here ourselves and started from the bottom up and all of our maple syrup is Certified Organic, Kosher and Halal!

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From the Maple Blog

Sweet Deal: A Giant Sugaring Operation Banks on Maple : Seven Days, Vermont’s Independent Voice newspaper, recently published an article about our operation: ‘A young man stood expectantly in front of an evaporator, his face illuminated by the orange glow coming from the steel contraption that boils maple sap down into syrup. After checking and rechecking to see if the syrup was ready, he opened […]

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Joey's Junction

Joey's is open again for our 2011 season - With the launching of our new website and the coming holiday season we're still working on putting together our Joey's section, it'll be here soon!

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The History of Maple

The Legend of Nokomis tells about Nokomis’ granddaughter tasting the drips after Nokomis had tapped the maple tree to collect syrup.

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