Maple Syrup Grade A Amber Absolute Certified Organic(250mL,Leaf)


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  • Produced by: Absolute Organic
  • Country of origin: Canada
  • Certified organic (ACO)
  • Suitable for gluten free diets
  • Suitable for vegans and all types of vegetarians
  • GMO-free, BPA-free and not tested on animals
  • Product code: F01504
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  • Shipping Weight: 0.7kg (1.4lb)

Our Special Price $13.95 RRP $14.95
New grading system, same mineral content grade.
Our current maple syrup is Canada No.1 Medium. According to the new grading it is Canada Grade A, Amber Colour, Rich Taste - the typical maple syrup flavour.
During early first harvest, lighter coloured syrup is extracted such as Grade A, Golden Colour, Delicate Taste maple syrup - a sweet, more delicate tasting syrup. Then midway through the spring season the following grades are extracted: Grade A Amber Colour, Rich Taste and Grade A Dark Colour, Robust Taste which are the typical maple syrup flavours.
Canada Grade A Amber, Rich Taste his maple syrup is slightly darker in colour than the first harvest. Still mineral rich - magnesium and zinc, with a heartier maple flavour, strong taste than lighter Grade A Golden Colour, Delicate Taste maple syrups.

New Grading System: USA and Canada now have the same international standard for grading maple syrup.
The new grades refer directly to the colour and taste of the sap, which varies throughout the sugaring season. Syrup produced earlier in the season tends to be lighter in colour and more subtle in flavor. Dark robust syrup is produced later in the season. As it has been for generations, the process to produce maple syrup is fundamentally the same across all grades.

Remember, the new maple syrup grades only apply to pure maple syrup, not imitation breakfast syrups or other fake products. While “Grade B” no longer exists (it is replaced with Grade A Dark Color, Robust Flavor), there are still two primary grades of 100% real maple syrup with clear and helpful descriptors - Grade A and Processing Grade.
*See the chart below for the grade change equivalents, colour, flavour and light transmission measures.

Maple Syrup is a delicious natural sweetener, high in magnesium and zinc, made from the sap of the sugar maple, a deciduous tree found in abundance in the Northeastern North America.

The American Indians were the first to discover the secret of the maple tree by observing that red squirrels licked the sap off branches cracked by frost in winter. The warmth of the spring sun evaporated some of the water in the sap, making it even sweeter.
Note - Label: Absolute Organics do not currently note the grade on the product label. We have requested to include the grade on the label. Product specifications for the Absolute Organics Organic Maple Syrup of Canada No.1 Medium/Grade B certification can be found here .
Certified Organic Maple Syrup - Grade A, Amber Colour, Rich Taste (250ml, Leaf glass bottle) by Absolute Organics

What are the benefits of maple syrup?
Natural organic maple syrup is one of the healthiest ways to indulge your sweet tooth. This natural plant sap contains good amounts of magnesium and zinc, important for the immune system.

How should I enjoy Organic Maple Syrup?
An easy way to improve your diet is to replace refined sugars with maple syrup. Use instead of sugar in tea and coffee, and or on top of cereal and oats then roasted in the oven to create a perfect toasted muesli. It is also delicious on toast, as a topping on ice cream, French toast, pancakes, fruit salad or waffles, in marinades or as a glaze.

Store: for up to 1 year in the refrigerator whether open or not. Can freeze for longer and thaw when needed. Good maple syrup is stored in glass containers.

Ingredients: 100% Pure Canada No.1 Medium or new Grade A Amber Rich Taste grade Organic Maple Syrup.

Origin: Quebec, Canada
Certification: ACO, Kosher.
1) New Grades with Old Grade equivalents:

2) New Grades with colour, flavour and light transmission notes: Click here
3) Old grading system:
Maple syrup Grades in the United States and Canada
Designation based on the percent of light transmittance
% Light Transmission
Canada & Quebec Federal
United States
Not less than 75% Tc
No. 1 Extra Light/ or AA
Grade A Light Amber
Between 60.5% & 74.9% Tc
No. 1 Light/ Grade A or A
Grade A Med. Amber
Between 44% & 60.9% Tc
No. 1 Med./ Grade A or B
Grade A Dark Amber
Between 27% & 43.9% Tc
No. 2 Amber/ or C
Grade B
Less than 27% Tc
No. 3 Dark/ or D