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Maple Water is Not Maple Syrup

Maple Water

“Maple water is another term for maple sap, the clear liquid that flows naturally through sugar maple trees. Maple syrup, on the other hand, is a concentrated form of maple sap, and the result of evaporating water from the sap until it reaches the consistency of syrup. It takes forty gallons of maple sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup! Full of the electrolytes, minerals and antioxidants naturally occurring in sugar maple trees, maple water is also naturally low in sugar. With only 20 calories per serving, it has half the calories of coconut water, making it a healthy and refreshing source of hydration.”