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Coombs Family Farms 100% Pure Organic Maple Syrup Grade B, 32-Ounce Jug


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  • One, 32-ounce jug
  • Premium Grade B maple syrup
  • Certified Kosher; certified organic by QAI
  • No artificial flavors, preservatives or dyes
  • Winner of the National Certificate of Distinction for Taste Award from the American Tasting Institute
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100% pure organic maple syrup.

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Refrigerate after opening.

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USDA organic. For seven generations, Coombs Family Farms has produced 100% pure, great tasting maple syrup by taking special care of our ancient maple trees. The Coombs Commitment: We make 100% pure maple syrup with no artificial flavors, perservatives or dyes; We never over-tap trees; We support the use of health spouts for tree friendly tapping; We never use pesticides in our tree farm; Our grading standards are never compromised for short-term gain. Nurturing the forest for 7 generations. Certified Organic by QAI. Products of USA and Canada.

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  • Item Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00271OPVU
  • UPC: 710282429320
  • Item model number: 710282429320
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (530 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,279 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

We use it for a lot of baking as well as on our french toast and pancakes.
J. Manley
I love this maple syrup because it has a deep, rich flavor very wholesome tasting.
Colleen Whalen
This grade B has much richer maple flavor than any grade A that I have tasted.
David M

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

345 of 364 people found the following review helpful By James E. Moore on November 2, 2009
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There are generally 3 grades of maple syrup. Grade A is the first run - Mild in taste, sweet and with fewer minerals than the other grades. It is more expensive and less desirable (health and taste wise). Grade B is the second run with more minerals plus more maple taste. Grade C is the third run with even more minerals and an even stronger taste of maple and it's slightly less pleasant for most people.

Maple syrup has a large variety of minerals and vitamins and Grade B Organic is my favorite, considering it's stronger flavor and higher nutrition content. Of course, Organic is the only way to eat food now, but that's another story.

Coombs Family Farm provides a very satisfactory grade B organic Maple Syrup! I've used a lot!
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280 of 321 people found the following review helpful By Chris on February 15, 2010
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Having grown up in sugar maple country and bought syrup from the farmers in unmarked gallon cans ('store syrup' never entered our house), I have plenty of experience with maple syrup. [Tip: maple trees and maple syrup are 'organic' by definition. Farmers who tap trees add nothing. Don't pay more for 'organic'.] At our house we 'sugared off' every Winter. For those who know what I'm talking about, read on. For those who don't have any idea, you may be happy with this product.

The Good: This syrup is priced right (purchased at $17.31). It is a good buy and you should not be shy at purchasing. It's really about a 3 star minus or 2.5 stars.

The Not So Good: Grade B syrup is normally 'mapley' with caramel notes. This syrup LACKS the strong maple flavors that make it suitable for cooking or a good match for those who like strong flavors, but it does NOT have the complexity or finesse of a Grade A Amber. In short it is rather bland and pedestrian for maple syrup. What we don't know is whether the trees tapped for this label vary from year to year but this batch is uninteresting. I bought it as an alternative to Whole Foods label (about $20) but quite frankly the Whole Foods Grade A Amber has a stronger maple flavor with more complexity and the Whole Foods Grade B is significantly stronger in flavor. I would rate the Whole Foods Grade A Amber as a 4 star minus, and the Grade B as 4-5 stars.

June 2014 update: Costco Grade B (Kirkland) is excellent at a good price. Given Costco's practice of buying 'lots' and not buying again, or shifting suppliers for their house label products, this may not work (but worth a try which is why I amended this review).
August 2014 update: Costco is selling Grade A Dark Amber, flavor less interesting than Whole Foods Grade B but good guy for the money.
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51 of 57 people found the following review helpful By W. Michael Horton on September 19, 2009
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I normally use organic grade A syrup, and I find this syrup to be better. It has a darker color, and a stronger maple taste, which I love. I definitely recommend this.
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By R. Crosby on November 20, 2009
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There's maple syrup and there's maple syrup. My wife and I are from the East Coast (she from Vermont) and we've tried maple syrup from other regions and those just don't measure up to a Vermont syrup. Although this product does say some of the raw materials come from Canada, this is an excellent example of a Vermont Maple Syrup. As a "Grade B" product, it has the rich, deep-bodied flavor and color one would expect, but this one makes pancakes and waffles a different experience entirely. I would recommend the Coombs product highly to anyone who's looking for a top quality maple syrup.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Joe Zika TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 14, 2011
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Coombs Family Farms 100% Pure Organic Maple Syrup Grade B, 32-Ounce Jug:

I remember when my grandmother would make pancakes, waffles or potato pancakes and the maple syrup was just so delightful to the taste. She would warm it up on the old gas stove. You'd think that all of the major brands of "pancake syrup maple flavored," would stop using high fructose corn syrup.

One day last week I had the chance to take my granddaughter out grocery shopping with me. Not one of my best things to do, but I thought, how would she learn to shop and look for the good stuff, not the crap that's advertised on television, but the products that really work and the one's that are good for you. Reading the labels is a major chore as what you thought was in the product wasn't even close to being in the product. Somebody has to teach her and it was my lucky day.

Take for example, pancake syrup or what used to be called maple syrup in my day. You look at the labels, today... never is there mention of a maple tree, not even close, all fructose or high fructose corn syrup. So, I told her that maple syrup comes from sugar maple tree sap that has the water content reduced and I asked her if she could find a reference to a maple tree in the contents. Well, you know the answer, there isn't any on the major or store brands.

I told her that Coombs makes a maple syrup that reminded me of when I was growing up. Well, after a few grocery stores later and checking their stock we came across the Coombs Family Farms Maple Syrup.

Now, I know, I've been telling my granddaughter about how I grew up, so she wasn't going to let me off the hook so easily. You guessed it...
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Costa on January 9, 2010
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My husband and I have been enjoying Trader Joe's Grade B Maple Syrup for years, and the Coombs Family Farms Grade B is equally good and darker, with perhaps an even deeper, richer flavor! Anyone who appreciates a true maple flavor will love this syrup.
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