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Organic Maple Syrup: Naturally Pure, Always Real

Sales of organic products in the US totaled nearly $39 billion – and nearly 5% of the total food market share according to the Organic Trade Association’s Market Analysis for 2014 – and pure maple syrup is no exception. What is organic maple syrup? Why is demand so strong? And, what is it being used for?

Maple Producer Spotlight: Meet the Tiffany Brothers

Mike, Dave, and Jim at the family farm; Enosburg Falls, Vermont

The Tiffany brothers don’t mince words when it comes to maple syrup. They love maple syrup on ice cream, over pancakes, and in their everyday cooking. They love being in the woods every day, and they love sugaring. They intend to keep doing exactly that.

MARVINS COUNTRY STORE: CELEBRATING 30 YEARS IN 2016

Marvin's Country Store: Celebrating 30 Years in 2016

In 1986, David and Lucy Marvin purchased a small building in the Village of Johnson, next to the Johnson Woolen Mill. With a desire to open doors in time for the fall rush, they quickly made modifications to the space. The building, rich in history as a former schoolhouse and blacksmith shop, was transformed into Marvin’s Country Store..

Maple Producer Spotlight: Meet Rick Mayotte

“With the technologies that are developing in the maple industry, it’s an exciting time to be sugaring."

A small, thoughtfully designed space, Rick Mayotte’s sugarhouse is set up for high syrup production. He’s running over 50,000 taps across beautiful land in Fairfield, Vermont, and he hopes to increase his production in the coming year.

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