Organic Pure Maple Sugar

8.8 oz bag

Retail Price: $13.29


Our Price: $9.95 (Save 25%)

8.8 oz bag

Why You’ll Love It

Excellence like only Mother Nature can provide! Organic certification is governed by very strict product cultivation and processing regulations that are rigorously enforced. Stringent criteria and continuous monitoring guarantee the constant, unwavering purity of this maple syrup. Its impeccable quality and proven nutritional value make it a great part of healthy eating. Treat your taste buds to the unmatched goodness of maple and take advantage of all these benefits.
SKU: 066676092466

About This Brand

Thicker, richer maple syrup.While some Shady Maple Farms products are intended for the world’s top chefs, others enjoy consumer distribution in organic or natural food stores, upscale food markets, and superstore grocery departments. When surveys revealed consumer's interest in a thicker, richer maple syrup, we developed a special technology to produce it, without losing any of its inherently nutritious maple qualities. Our cutting-edge techniques to prevent oxygen formation during processing and our innovative packaging materials guarantee long shelf life, always-exquisite taste, and outstanding quality for every Shady Maple product you sell. With pluses like that, you’re sure to see increased sales!
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Ingredients

100% pure organic maple syrup.


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Serving Size 1 tablespoon (5g) Servings Per Container about 50

Amount Per Serving

Calories 18

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 5g 2%
Sugars 5g
Protein 0g

Reviews For Organic Pure Maple Sugar

Based on 13 Reviews

Maple sugar

A great product!!!

- Valerie

Shady Maple Farms Organic Pure Maple Sugar

Since I no longer use regular sugar, my go-to sweeter is maple sugar and maple syrup in most cases. This maple sugar has become my favorite and works well in all my recipes.

- Rebecca

very good

It adds a nice flavor to coffee

- Loreta

Beyond Wonderful!

I can't say enough about this maple sugar! The taste is phenomenal & it works in any recipe! If it was cheaper I'd buy it in bulk!

- Tasia

Yummy!

Excellent sugar substitute! Great maple flavor that adds something special to your baked goods or bacon. It can certainly be used as a 1-1 replacement in recipes, but I love using this like a finishing sugar. So good!!

- Kimberly

Love it.

I make matcha green tea lattes and use this as the sweetener. Super delicious!!

- Jamah

Love this sweetener option

Did you know that maple sugar has a cooling effect on your system, rather than a heating effect like most sweeteners? It allows your body to stay better hydrated. This stuff is great!

- Deborah

Tasty, low-sugar sweetener

I just had this in my bowl of steel cut oatmeal and it was really tasty! Before I was eating instant oatmeal flavored with maple, but this is obviously way better. I'm also surprised that 1 tablespoon has only 5g sugar, when white sugar has 12g per tablespoon! But the maple sugar is almost just as sweet so you're not sacrificing sweetness. Very happy I found this.

- LC

Great Taste and Consistency!!

I love this product! The hint of maple flavor in my coffee is so delightful and the consistently is much nicer than raw sugar, with a softer, finer consistency more like brown sugar but minus the stickiness. I definitely will be buying this kind of sugar from now on!

- Anna

Doesn't work as well

I switched over to maple sugar on the advice of my doctor who told me I was at risk for diabetes.

I wouldn't say this maple sugar is bad, but it's a big adjustment. You definitely taste the maple flavor, so if you're using it on oatmeal, it's great. But to sweeten coffee it's not the best combination. Haven't had it in any baking stuff yet, so can't weigh in on that, but I have to stick with it just because it's healthier for my body.

- Karl Wilson

Fantastic substiture for white sugar

I bought this sugar as a replacement for both white sugar and brown sugar.

I drink coffee and tea, and I was noticing how much sweeter I was making each cup with refined sugar, and I knew I had to cut down.

This is 100 percent derived from organic maple syrup. It's low in sugar, and the sugar that's there isn't from artificial sources. It has zero calories and it tastes good. Not the same sweetness as white sugar, but I've gotten used to the maple sweetness and I love it now.

- Kendra Wilson

Amazing Price

I love using this for sweetening up anything I'm eating. In fact, I really love it to add it to my steel cut oatmeal in the mornings to sweet it up slightly. This is one of the best prices I've seen on this maple sugar. It's been over $3 more at other online retailers that I've been buying it from, so I'm so happy my Thrive membership is going to help me save money on the things I'm already buying.

- J. B.

Yum and good for you!

I've started using maple sugar in everything instead of white refined cane sugar. Things taste so much better and this type of sugar is healthier for you. Will buy again and I highly recommend this product!

- Willa Morrison

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