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  • Can I use maple syrup in cooking and baking?
    Absolutely! Maple syrup is incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of dishes, from marinades and sauces to desserts and drinks. You can use it to glaze roasted vegetables, sweeten smoothies, or create a unique salad dressing that adds a hint of sweetness. Check out our shop and recipes for more information!
  • How do we ensure food safety?
    We train each of our staff on the industry best practices to ensure food safety. Our pure maple syrup is bottled at 190 degrees Fahrenheit eliminating any potential bacteria and providing a reliable seal on our packaging until it’s opened to enjoy. We are voluntarily inspected annually by the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the USDA.
  • What is the difference between Grade A and Grade B maple syrup?
    Grade A maple syrup is generally lighter in color and has a milder, more delicate flavor, making it ideal for pancakes, waffles, and everyday use. Grade A pure maple syrup is made in the beginning of the production season up until the final sap runs. On the other hand, Grade B syrup is darker and richer in flavor, perfect for cooking and baking where a more intense robust maple taste is desired. Grade B pure maple syrup is made during the final sap runs of the harvest season.
  • Is Milligan's Maple Syrup organic?
    Yes, our syrup is 100% organic and free from artificial additives, ensuring you get the purest maple flavor possible. We are committed to providing a natural product that maintains the integrity of the maple sap from which it is derived.
  • How long does maple syrup last?
    Unopened maple syrup can last up to two years if stored properly, while opened syrup has an indefinite shelf life if refrigerated. Always check for any signs of spoilage such as an off-odor or mold before use to ensure your syrup is still good.
  • What are the health benefits of maple syrup?
    Maple syrup is rich in antioxidants, which help fight inflammation and oxidative stress. It is also a great source of essential minerals like zinc and manganese, which are important for immune function and bone health. Additionally, maple syrup has a lower glycemic index than regular sugar, making it a healthier alternative for sweetening your foods while allowing your body to naturally digest our syrup whereas corn syrup the body cannot.
  • How is Milligan’s Maple Syrup is made?
    The Milligan’s Maple Syrup Process involves several key steps: harvesting maple sap, collecting and filtering the sap, removing water from sap through reverse osmosis, boiling our sap to the correct sugar density and viscosity through our evaporator, extensively filtering our syrup through the use of a filter press and diatomaceous earth, and finally grading and bottling the finished maple syrup.
  • How should I store my maple syrup?
    Unopened maple syrup should be stored in a cool, dark place such as a pantry to maintain its quality. Once opened, it is best to refrigerate the syrup to preserve its freshness and prevent mold growth. If your syrup crystallizes, you can simply heat it gently in a warm water bath to dissolve the crystals, ensuring it remains smooth and pourable.
  • Do you offer bulk purchases for businesses?
    Yes, we offer wholesale options for restaurants, cafes, corporate gifting, and retailers. Whether you need large quantities for your kitchen or want to stock our products on your shelves, provide your clients and customers the ultimate gift (great for a house warming gift) we can provide competitive pricing and reliable supply (we will never run out of supply, we carefully monitor our inventory and source from other maple farms who have the same commitment to quality and food safety standards that we do. Contact us for more details and pricing!
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