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New Grading Rules

In 2014 the International Maple Syrup Institute (IMSI) introduced a new set of grading rules to govern how maple syrup is labeled.  The one major change is the elimination of Grade B.  To some the term “grade B” had a negative connotation, implying that grade B was inferior or a lower quality product.  As many of our customers know, grade B has strong bold taste and many prefer it over the lighter grades.   There are still 4 grades of syrup with the major change being grade B is now called grade A very dark.  We will begin using the grading rules during the summer of 2016.


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