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Square Deal Farm Organic Amber Maple Syrup (Quart)

Average rating
(based upon 6 reviews)

This is Amber Rich grade maple syrup- which has replaced the Grade A Medium Amber in the latest maple syrup grading system.

Size
quart
Price
$27.30

Storage Tips
Keep in a cool location.

Square Deal Farm, Hardwick, VT

We're proud of offer this superior syrup to Farmers To You Families. Sarah Lyons and Ray Lewis have been sugaring on their farm in Walden Vermont since 1997, and they also raise Pinzgauer cattle, Dorset-Suffolk cross sheep, grow potatoes and harvest their own hay in addition to managing their forest for timber and wildlife. This syrup is certified Organic and the sugarwoods are sustainably managed - without the used of chemicals or pesticides - and everything that comes into contact with it conforms to the rigorous standards of Vermont Organic Farmers. The syrup is tested for lead contamination, and carefully packed and coded so that each bottle can be traced back to its boiling day and the container it was stored in. Certified Organic


Reviews

August 2, 2020 by

This syrup is delicious, although I would recommend getting the dark amber since it's my personal favorite. But you can't really go wrong with either!


November 17, 2019 by

I've tried many many maple syrups and this one stands above the others. I could drink it. Actually, once or twice I have... Great stuff.


December 30, 2018 by

Fantastic syrup. We use a lot of syrup and this one is tops.


July 15, 2015 by

This is great syrup and I appreciate the glass packaging!


May 29, 2015 by

This is a fantastic maple syrup! We've ordered it consistently since we started with F2Y and enjoy it every day.


January 31, 2015 by

Solid delicious maple syrup. I especially appreciate the use of new taps each year to keep down bacterial growth. As a side note for those interested in learning more about Maple Syrup.... my fiance worked in a lab analyzing different maple syrup and the result was that it's hard to distinguish the different varieties. It's not like wine where the soil or climate changes the taste. That being said, I appreciate that F2Y found a partner that fit with their philosophy on growing, which is why I get it !