Granulated Maple Sugar
Granulated Maple Sugar
If Mary Poppins could sing about plain, old conventional sugar, imagine what she'd say about this maple variety. Each spoonful adds a uniquely caramelized character to dishes and drinks.
Coombs has been sustainbly making syrup for seven generations, and they're helping other small farms thrive while doing the same.
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Why we love it
The only thing better than a full-bodied, silky-smooth maple syrup? Maple sugar. Each airy morsel is as sweet as its syrupy sibling, with a bucketful of added versatility. Swap it with your everyday sugar for a soft, baked flavor that'll complement any food or beverage. We know it'll end up at the front of your pantry.
How it does good
Seven generations of sustainable farming
The Coombs family has a saying: do right by the forest, and it’ll do right by you. For over a century, they’ve been putting that into practice with organic farming that sees forests and farmers as two parts of one whole. Just because maple syrup comes from nature doesn’t mean it’s automatically organic or sustainable. Coombs works with Quality Assurance International to make sure their products are fully certified, so you don’t have to worry about pesticides or chemicals—not even from neighboring farms. Coombs never taps their trees beyond capacity, which means the best-tasting syrup is also what's best for the environment. They're also working with other small farms to prevent urban sprawl and preserve the plants and animals they share their land with.
responsible sourcingCoombs has never, ever put toxic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers into their farm. For tapping, they use small health spouts that don't hurt their trees and vacuum tubing for added efficiency.
supporting key causesThey have their eye on conservation and preservation for all farming communities. Coombs sources from independent, family-owned businesses, which adhere to the same standards for organic, pesticide-free farming. This keeps small farms and the land they work on flourishing.
low carbon footprintCoombs uses reverse osmosis on its maple sap, which cuts down on boiling time and energy costs.
recyclable packagingThe plastic container is 100% recyclable.
Loved it! Delicious way to sprinkle on various foods for real maple flavor!
Try using it on creme brulee!