where does maple syrup come from?
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People around the world enjoy maple syrup, but many of them don’t know where maple syrup comes from. Maple syrup comes from the sugar maple tree. Maple trees grow all over the world, but only North Eastern North America has the right climate to harvest the sap to make maple syrup. Maple syrup is produced mainly in the North-Eastern United States and a few Canadian Provinces, including, Nova Scotia. 85% of the worlds maple syrup is made in Canada. Acadian Maple Products ships pure maple syrup worldwide.