Following an effort from the International Maple Syrup Institute (IMSI) ... of maple
syrup, now those laws define a unified grading system.
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 ...
New maple syrup grades explained. What happened to Grade B? Learn how
maple syrup is graded for food manufacturers, chefs and private label customers.
Mar 18, 2014 ... For years, Vermont maple syrup has been divided into one of four grades based
on color and flavor. As consumer preference has changed ...
There are different maple syrup grades, just as there are different types of sugar.
Sap tapped at the beginning of the harvest season is generally clearer and ...
Dec 23, 2011 ... Maple syrup can be pretty pricey, so you'd better be sure you know what you're in
for when you splurge on a bottle. Between all the grades and ...
Mar 25, 2008 ... Grade A sounds like the best. You might think it means premium quality, like
Grade A beef or Grade A eggs. But when it comes to maple syrup, ...
Grade B maple syrup is healthier and more mineral rich than Grade A, but
beware of trickery in the labeling!
A quick guide to Vermont's four table grades of maple syrup. Photo + description
of how each one tastes. Fancy, Medium Amber, Dark Amber, and Grade B.
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 ...