Recognized as a pioneer in the maple syrup industry, L.B. Maple Treat began serving customers in 1975 with a vision of offering an unparalleled level of reliability, flexibility, and customer service.
Our customers and partners have access to an extraordinary portfolio of products, distribution and production capabilities across North America, Europe and Asia. Our crops are carefully managed by more than 1,000 maple syrup producers that are dedicated to harvesting the highest quality of pure maple syrup.
We are privately held and our foundation is built upon excellent customer service, flexibility and building strong and long lasting partnerships with our customers.
July 10th 2017 PRESS RELEASE
Our Maple Syrup
Maple syrup has been a Canadian tradition for generations, and its popularity continues to enthuse consumers around the world.
Maple Syrup is 100% natural and is harvested only once a year generally during the months of March and April. Absolutely no chemicals, preservatives or additives are used in the production and bottling of our Maple Syrup. More than 70% of the world production of Maple Syrup comes from Quebec, Canada.
Pure Canadian maple syrup also contains 18% of the recommended Daily Value of zinc, which is essential for a healthy immune system. Other minerals found in maple syrup are magnesium, calcium and potassium, decreasing the risk of hypertension or stroke.
Quality, Integrity, Trust.
We've been delighting customers for more then four decades with a vision of offering an unparalleled level of reliability, flexibility and customer service. Our foundation is built upon the ability to customize services and a preference for building strong partnerships with our customers.
Your needs come first...
The first step is to discover the “Consumer Journey”. Understanding the journey is knowing the expectation of our clients' customers. The origin of the natural product we use and the impact on the environment have become critical factors which will influence the way clients and consumers interact with us.
We are raising the bar
As the world's largest Maple Syrup bottler, we've been instrumental in defining the industry standards. As board members of both the CIE and IMSI, our group is involved at all levels of the industry. Our quality assurance processes and certified Maple Syrup, guarantee that our Maple Syrup is 100% pure and natural.
Caring for the environment
Because we think it's important to protect the environment, we are constantly searching for new ways to improve our working methods and processes. We also hold several certifications that attest to our environmental commitment. And we believe that small, simple acts can help reduce our collective environmental impact.
We started harvesting maple syrup in 1975 on a 52-acre farm, where we would gather the sap by horse and sleigh, taking it back to the sugar shack. Today, we work with more than 1,000 farmers that are dedicated at harvesting the highest quality maple syrup.
When we started, trees were tapped and buckets were used to collect the maple sap. On a daily basis during the harvest season (March and April), the sap was processed in a wood fired evaporator and concentrated into maple syrup.
Today, the industry uses a modern and cost effective tubing system to tap the trees, which connects the trees to pumping stations. From these stations the sap is collected and pumped to a processing facility. There, it is concentrated using reverse osmosis equipment that separates sugar and water molecules. The concentrated sap is then boiled in large evaporators to become maple syrup.
We have also embraced the emerging organic trend by supporting our farms to be certified organic by Ecocert Canada.
Corporate Office and Plant
Our head office is located in Granby, Canada on the outskirts of Montreal.
We operate six bottling production lines that comprise of automated filling, capping and labelling. With operating facilities located in Vermont (USA), Quebec (Canada), Vancouver (Canada) and St-Robert (Canada), our group provides significant flexibility in terms of production, distribution and sales.