National Maple Syrup Day History
National Maple Syrup Day seeks to promote consumption of the sweet treat. Maple Syrup contains about 24 antioxidants and includes compounds that prevent cancer. The sap needed to make the syrup comes from Sugar Maple Trees. Maple Syrup is mostly produced in places where Sugar Maple Trees grow like Quebec and Ontario in Canada. Typically, Maple Syrup is used to drench and sweeten foods like pancakes, waffles, and French toast.
National Maple Syrup Day References and Related Siteswww.healthline.com: Health Benefits of Syrup recipes.howstuffworks.com: How Maple Syrup is made