A Drop in the Bucket

Greetings From the Farm!                    February 2015

We had a wonderful, colorful fall foliage season this year with LOTS of visitors!  We have lots of wonderful syrup and products for your year round gifts.  We are launching some new gift packs and can customize any of our items in a gift box for you!

The grading system has changed this year, broadening our syrup range to include the wonderful cooking flavor of dark syrup that is so wonderful to use, but has been unavailable in retail containers for a long time.    Those of you who remember this will love using it in your kitchens and everyday cooking!

BIG NEWS!  We took top honors at the Vermont Farm Show with almost a Full Sweep of the Maple Syrup and Products contest.   Best of class in Amber Rich & Dark Robust Maple syrup and an Honorable Mention for Golden Delicate Syrup!  Best of Class for Granulated Sugar and Best of Show for Maple Products with the Granulated Sugar.  Honorable Mention on Maple Cream as well.  Honorable Mention products were in contention for Best of Class!   Not bad!  Glenn was awarded the Outstanding Sugarmaker Award for his many contributions to the maple industry over the past 40 years.  What a wonderful time we had!

The sugarhouse is a wonderful place to visit if you are here in the months of March & April.  Sample syrup warm from the evaporator and join us for Sugar-on-Snow, a favorite Vermont treat!

Many of you stopped by again this year ~ we sure enjoy visiting with you!   We hope your trip was an enjoyable and safe one.  Chris and Danielle both had such fun visiting with you too!

The best way to order specialized gift assortments or corporate gifts is to call us at 800-639-1854.

Be sure like us on our Facebook page (Goodrich’s Maple Farm) too!  We welcome your posts.

Maple Sugar Nutritional Information

Pure maple sugar is a “natural” food, processed by heat concentration of pure maple sap, which is the nutrient liquid utilized by the plant for the annual growth of its tissues.


The main sugar in pure maple sugar is sucrose which is an important source of energy. In order of sweetness, sucrose is less sweet than fructose, sweeter than glucose. Maple sugar’s caloric value is 50 calories per tablespoon, while molasses is 40, corn syrup is 60 and honey is 45 per tablespoon.


Minerals have specific and nonspecific nutritional functions in the body metabolism. In pure maple sugar the main minerals present are: potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and phosphorus.


Serving Size 100g
Calories: 354
Calories from Fat: 2

*Percent Daily Value (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet:
Total Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 11mg 0%
Protein 0g 0%
Total Carbohydrate 91g 30%
Sugar 85g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 9% Iron 9%

Classed by Rhodale as #6 on the list of 11 of the world’s healthiest foods!  Maple syrup – it’s good for you!


Ruth & Glenn Goodrich ~ & all the staff at Goodrich’s Maple Farm