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Sweet & Syrupy | December 17 is...Maple Syrup Day! Maple syrup is strictly North American. New York, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Vermont stake claim to the maple tree as their State Tree. Vermont leads the United States in total maple production, pumping out 1,320,000 gallons of maple syrup in 2013.

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Nutritional Information for Vermont Maple Syrup -- did you know maple is a wholesome sweetener rich in minerals and antioxidants? Learn more here.

West Virginia designated the honeybee as official state insect in 2002. Bee pollination is critical to plant and human survival - beeswax and honey are just surplus gifts from this tiny wonder of nature. The plant world expends a lot of energy attracting bees and other insects with brilliantly colored flowers and sweet nectar (nectar is produced solely to attract pollinating insects).

The nickname for Utah is The Beehive State. A beehive appears on Utah's flag and state seal, the state insect is the honeybee, Utah recognizes the beehive cluster as the state's astronomical symbol, and the beehive is the official state emblem.

Pure Maple Syrup Nutrition | LIVESTRONG.COM

Pure Maple Syrup Nutrition

Maple syrup is made from the sap of red, black or sugar maple trees. Pure maple syrup contains only evaporated maple tree sap.

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Vermont Maple Oatmeal Bread: step-by-step directions and tips

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VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP -- "The Maple Experience"

VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP -- "The Maple Experience"