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We really love the face that this container is made from recycled plastic, is biodegradable and dosent smash in the post like glass :)
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We really love the face that this container is made from recycled plastic, is biodegradable and dosent smash in the post like glass :)
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We really love the face that this container is made from recycled plastic, is biodegradable and dosent smash in the post like glass :)
Kind regards
Gemma

By Superfood Market SELLER on 02 September 2015
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From what i have read online inc on andersonsmaplesyrup.com the use of formaldehyde in maple syrup production has been illegal since the 1980's. Therefore that would suggest that this organic maple syrup does not use it. An organic product by definition can not contain such nasy chemicals
By lhasalover on 03 June 2016
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Yes the bottle has Grade C marking on the label.
From the description on bottle:
100% Pure Canadian Maple Syrup, from organic agriculture. Grade C. About 35 litres of maple sap must be evaporated to produce the maple syrup in this single container.

By Scott Lester Wright on 06 May 2016
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Sorry, Dean, I can't help. Tbh I've not used my maple syrup yet. I have been told that it is lovely tasting though and have lived to tell the tale!
By R. Wane on 26 May 2015
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Contrary to an earlier post I googled Terrasana Maple Syrup. It's Grade A, i.e. "first tap" and suitable for vegans.
But I would suggest you do your own research so that you are satisfied you're not relying on the word of someone else. Maybe even contact the manufacturer direct and ask them, particularly about the fat … see more
Contrary to an earlier post I googled Terrasana Maple Syrup. It's Grade A, i.e. "first tap" and suitable for vegans.
But I would suggest you do your own research so that you are satisfied you're not relying on the word of someone else. Maybe even contact the manufacturer direct and ask them, particularly about the fat added to reduce foam or clarify with some maple syrups.
Please report back as well!
This stuff is actually really good. see less
Contrary to an earlier post I googled Terrasana Maple Syrup. It's Grade A, i.e. "first tap" and suitable for vegans.
But I would suggest you do your own research so that you are satisfied you're not relying on the word of someone else. Maybe even contact the manufacturer direct and ask them, particularly about the fat added to reduce foam or clarify with some maple syrups.
Please report back as well!
This stuff is actually really good.

By R.T. on 06 July 2016
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I can't really see there would be many producers of maple syrup in the U.K!!
By Mary Elvira Clark on 24 August 2014
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Expiry date should be on carton.Keep it fridge.Keep eye on it to make sure it does not crysyalise after openiing.just use it up by expiry date to be safe.l have.had no problems with keeping beyond expiry date. Does not seem to deteriorate.
By m on 16 November 2014
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The question was not answered so I will ask again: is this grade B which is what is required for the maple syrup and lemon master cleanse ? Or is it grade A? Is it Canadian grading system which different to USA ? Thanks
By Nandini Mohindra on 05 August 2015
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