In the U.S. syrup grading system, grade B maple syrup is a dark syrup that is primarily used for baking and cooking. It has a strong flavor with a slight caramel...
Maple syrup is a syrup usually made from the xylem sap of sugar maple, red
maple, ..... Maple syrup was divided into two major grades: Grade A and Grade B.
The State of Vermont distinguishes four maple syrup grades. From light to dark
they are: Fancy, Grade A Medium Amber, Grade A Dark Amber, and Grade B. It is
As my brother described when I introduced him to it, "It's like eating the tree!" Grade B
is the color of molasses (albeit not as thick) and as full-flavored as molasses. It's hard to find - I've never seen it in a grocery store - but I did find it on the King Arthur W... More »
Apr 2, 2014 ... Contrary to common sense, there is no quality difference between Grade A,
Grade B or fancy, and new rules hope to clarify this widely held ...
Grade B maple syrup is healthier and more mineral rich than Grade A, but
beware of trickery in the labeling!
Shop Grade B Maple Syrup : Syrups & Sweeteners at Walmart.com - and save.
Buy Great Value Pure Maple Syrup, 12.5 Oz, Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup, 8 oz
Jan 28, 2015 ... Pancakes and maple syrup: a classic. (Photo courtesy of Flickr user jeffreyw).
Between Grade A and B syrup, Grade B is the darker and bolder ...
Feb 16, 2015 ... Go crazy for Grade B? Swear by Fancy? You won't find these grades of maple
syrup gracing store shelves anymore. Here's everything you ...