The maple syrup reserve in Canada reaches a 16-year low.

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With the world’s only maple syrup reserve in Canada having dropped to a 16-year low, concerns are being raised about the future of this beloved mainstay in the sweets industry, given the effects of climate change.

The maple syrup reserve in Canada reaches a 16-year low.
The maple syrup reserve in Canada reaches a 16-year low.
The Quebec Reserve has the capacity to store 133 million pounds of maple syrup at any one time.However, the supply decreased to 6.9 million pounds (3.1 million kg) in 2023.

Experts attribute the scarcity to manufacturing disruptions caused by warmer weather as well as an increase in demand.

However, as of right now, they claim that this will not have an impact on consumers’ access to or cost of maple syrup.The deputy director general of the Quebec Maple Syrup Producers, Simon Doré-Ouellet, informed the BBC that “the strategic reserve is holding its lowest amount of maple syrup since 2008.” “But we do not foresee any supply issues in the near future.”

Seventy-five percent of the maple syrup produced worldwide comes from Canada’s billion-dollar sector.

Ninety percent of it is produced in the province of Quebec, where the world’s only strategic reserve of maple syrup was established 24 years ago, according to official data.

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