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Changing the classification of maple syrup


I usually by grade B maple syrup. It tastes more like maple, and is less seems that the grades of maple syrup are changing. I now need to buy grade A, dark with robust taste maple syrup. Hrumpth. 

2 thoughts on “Changing the classification of maple syrup

  1. So wait…is that just for Vermont? Or everywhere?

  2. Vermont started the trend and the USDA updated their national guidelines in Fall 2015. I suspect this season is still a mishmash of different names, but buy 2017 season it will be settled. No more grade B.

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