Canada taps maple syrup reserves to meet soaring demand

Whether consumed pure, in a vinaigrette, on pancakes, or in a pie, the demand for maple syrup has skyrocketed in Canada and abroad. Quebec, which supplies nearly three-quarters of the world's production of maple syrup, is being forced to draw on its reserves to meet strong demand combined with a mediocre production season caused by a warmer and shorter spring.

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