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About the Produce

The World of Pure New Hampshire Syrup

Pure New Hampshire Syrup: A Sweet Journey of Flavor and Health
Pure New Hampshire Syrup brings the essence of New Hampshire’s maple trees straight to your table. This traditional sweetener is cherished for its rich, robust flavor, slight caramel undertone, and a smooth, velvety texture that lends itself beautifully to a multitude of culinary uses.

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Nutritional Value

The Nutritional Aspects of Pure New Hampshire Syrup

One tablespoon of Pure New Hampshire Syrup holds about 52 calories. It contributes a moderate amount of calcium and potassium, along with trace amounts of iron and zinc. The syrup offers higher nutritional content than many other sweeteners, including riboflavin and manganese, a mineral crucial for multiple body functions.
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Health Benefits

Health Benefits of Pure New Hampshire Syrup

Despite its sweet nature, Pure New Hampshire Syrup does hold certain health benefits. Unlike refined sugar, it contains trace amounts of essential nutrients. The presence of antioxidants can help combat oxidative stress and inflammation.

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When is Pure New Hampshire Syrup Produced?

The season of maple syrup production starts with the thawing of winter, typically between February and April. This “sugaring” season hinges upon an exquisite balance of freezing and thawing temperatures, making it quite restricted.
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Varieties We Carry*

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FAQs for
Pure New Hampshire Syrup
Pure maple syrup should be refrigerated after opening to maintain its quality and prevent spoilage.
Yes, maple syrup can be used as a direct substitute for sugar in many recipes, offering a rich, complex sweetness.
While it still contributes to your daily sugar intake, maple syrup contains nutrients and antioxidants, making it a step up nutritionally from refined sugar.
While maple syrup does contain sugars, it has a lower glycemic index than white sugar. However, people with diabetes should still use it sparingly and monitor their blood sugars carefully.
No. “Sugar-free” maple syrups aren’t made from sap; instead, they’re artificially sweetened and lack the nutrients and complex flavors of 100% pure maple syrup.

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