So, you're in the grocery store aisle or at a market booth, and in front of you are rows of maple syrup bottles. Prices start at $10, but many of the larger bottles cost more than that. You're prepared to spend the money, but how do you know which bottle to buy? Not only are there different labels and descriptions for each bottle, but they're all made in different states, and in Canada.
Don't be discouraged! Here are three things to consider before purchasing a bottle of maple syrup: