The nation had a sweet maple season this year, producing more than 5 million gallons of maple syrup

The nation had a sweet maple season this year, producing more than 5 million gallons of maple syrup, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Vermont — the country’s top maple producer — yielded a record 2.5 million gallons, an increase of 800,000 gallons from 2021. The other top producing states were New York with 845,000 gallons, followed by Maine with 672,000 gallons, the USDA said. Last year the retail price of syrup varied among the maple-producing states, from $65.50 per gallon in New Hampshire to $41.30 per gallon in Pennsylvania, according to the USDA.

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