Sap from sugar maple trees is collected in the late Winter into early Spring when the days are warming and the nights are still cold. Most of the water is then taken out through a reverse osmosis machine. After which, the remaining sap is boiled to produce what we know as maple syrup.
Maple sugar is produced by cooking the syrup until there is little to no moisture. This is done in small batches, carefully handcrafted into finely textured sugar granules.
Grade A, Dark Robust maple syrup and finely granulated maple sugar is high in calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc and iron.
S and S Maple Camp is located in Corriganville Maryland, outside of Cumberland, in the western panhandle of Maryland. It is a family run business that has been producing maple syrup for over 50 years.
No pesticides or fertilizers are used on their trees and no chemicals are used in the production of the syrup. Maple syrup is also bought by the Camp from local Amish farmers in the area.
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