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Canadian maple syrup

by Yuka O.
(Saitama, Japan)

Canadian maple syrup

Canadian maple syrup

Canada is famous for maple syrup. Maple syrup is noted national product and a picture of maple leaf is drawn in the Flag of Canada. I investigated into maple syrup.

Canada produces 80% of it in the world. Canadian pure maple syrup is gathered only once a year and a liter of maple syrup needs 40 liters of sap. Maple syrup of prime rank which is called "Extra Light" is gathered only 2 hours from midnight to morning.

I didn’t know that maple syrup was so precious a food. It's said that it has many benefits for our health, so I feel maple syrup is a foodstuff that received much blessings of nature.

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