Edmonton and surroundings
Growing up in Quebec in the 80's, the sugar shack was my favorite school activity. It meant spring was here and we got to go to the sugar bush, see how they boiled the syrup, run around outside, but most of all, eat traditional maple taffy on snow.
We bring this same experience to your school or place of business. Our pop up tent is decorated in a rustic fashion. We try to keep our heritage and tradition alive. Our staff is always fully costumed and we play traditional french Canadian music at the tent.
A French traditional sugar shack usually runs in the spring
from March to April. And winter carnivals go all winter
from November until the end of spring.
The Canadian Maple Shack Runs all Year.
You can have your school, corporate activity or community event
ANYTIME OF THE YEAR!!!
Producing maple syrup from the maple tree sap is one of Canada's oldest traditions and being able to share this with the world is what keeps us going.
WE WOULD LOVE TO BE PART OF YOUR FESTIVAL AND SHARE THE TRADITION WITH YOUR GROUP
We also make unique
Maple cotton candy.
Made with 100% pure maple sugar.
Deliciously natural, no artificial flavors.
Oder pre-made sealed bags of cotton candy available in different formats for your wedding, anniversary or as a favor for different activities.
They can be customised with stickers colors etc.
Health Benefits of Maple Syrup
Maple Sugar is a 100% natural, pure, and wholly organic food. There is no way to alter it.
Maple Sugar is three times as sweet as cane sugar, AND it has fewer calories!
Maple Sugar is filled with all
anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds that may help prevent several chronic and inflammatory diseases like diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer's.
Maple syrup settles digestion issues such as reducing gas and bloating. This will occur after consuming regular sugar or processed sweeteners.
Maple syrup is an excellent source of manganese that helps repair muscle and cell damage; it also keeps bones strong and blood sugar levels normal.
Maple syrup contains essential nutrients like Zinc, Iron, Calcium, and Potassium. Zinc not only supports reproductive health, but it also helps to keep your white blood cells up, which assist in the protection against colds and viruses.