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Maple syrup production across New Brunswick down

May 21, 2008

Article Times and Transcript - May 21, 2008

T&T staff Emily Ridlington Headline “Maple syrup production across New Brunswick down”

“An average season is about four or five weeks, we got about two weeks this year,” said David Briggs owner of Rocky Mountain maples in Stilesville. “Briggs used to sell a gallon of syrup or 3.8 liters for $55. Now he sells it for $60. “We have syrup and whether or not we’ll have enough to do us the year is another thing,” said Briggs. “Sales are still good, but it doesn’t mean will have enough to sell all year.”

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