Nutritional Value for Various Sweeteners
% of Recommended Daily Value (DV) Per 1/4 cup (60 mL)
Source: USDA Nutrient Database and Canadian Nutrient File
Notes: The values shown are the overall minimum values for the minerals and nutrients and the overall maximum values for the calories reported by the USDA Nutrient Database and the Canadian Nutrient File. The percent daily values (% DV) were calculated using the Health Canada recommended daily intake values for an average 2,000 calorie diet.
Maple Health Facts
- SWEET & LOWER
Higher nutritional value and less calories than most other sweeteners
- VITAMIN VARIETY
Offers a higher daily value percentage of riboflavin, thiamin, manganese, zinc, magnesium, calcium and potassium than high fructose corn syrup, honey, brown sugar and white sugar
- TASTE THE TERROIR
Estate-grown for unmatched purity, and single-estate bottled to ensure superior quality
- CELL PROTECTORS
Higher antioxidant value than raw cabbage, tomatoes and cantaloupe, and is almost equal to raw carrots
- NATURE’S NECTAR
100% pure maple, without any artificial coloring or ingredients or additives
- MAXIMIZE WITH MAPLE
Maple syrup is an excellent source of manganese, which aids in energy production and acts as an antioxidant
- REDUCING RISK
Contains compounds that studies show possess anti-carcinogenic properties
- GMO-FREE & GLUTEN-FREE
Pure maple products are naturally GMO-free and gluten-free
- AVOID THE SUGAR CRASH
Low glycemic product that affects blood sugar to a lesser degree than sugar or honey
- GROWING GREEN
Eco-friendly, supporting sustainable forestry and counteracting the effects of climate change
- NATURE’S NICER NECTAR
Lower in calories and carbohydrates than agave nectar
- STAYING HEALTHY
Ingredients in maple can help promote heart health, strengthen the immune system and even support men’s reproductive health
Making Sense of The Different Types of “Maple Syrup”
Table Syrup (aka Waffle Syrup, Pancake Syrup): Created with less expensive, inferior ingredients such as high-fructose corn syrup to approximate the taste of real maple syrup. Contains no real maple, and uses artificial ingredients to add flavor and increase viscosity.
Maple-Flavored Syrup: May contain some real maple, but any maple used is supplemented with additional (and frequently artificial) ingredients and additives.
Pure Maple Syrup: Products labeled “pure maple syrup” must be made entirely from maple, but it is not specified from where. Many pure maple syrups are blended in large batches created in many different locations. Often, blending is used to mask off-flavors and tastes by combining inferior (or inferiorly produced) maple syrup with batches of higher-quality or taste.
Estate-Produced Pure Maple Syrup: Crown Maple Syrup is an unblended pure maple syrup, crafted from a single-estate location. Estate-produced maple syrup highlights the unique elements of a specific place (often referred to as terroir) without blending to mask any imperfections. The unique terroir of the forests used by Crown Maple creates an exceptionally distinctive taste and flavor-profile, bottled and enjoyed as quite possibly the purest maple syrup on Earth.