About Us


Who is Briggs Maples?

Briggs Maples Ltd. was incorporated in 2009. The Briggs family has been making quality maple products for five generations. Over the years our products were sold under the names: L. Briggs and Family and Rocky Mountain Maples Ltd. In 2009, Briggs Maples was incorporated, creating a new brand along with a new logo and website. David Briggs and his family are still continuing their forefather’s traditions of making quality maple products for you to enjoy.

Briggs Maples sells most of its products wholesale to stores and businesses all over New Brunswick. Products can be found in many locations such as: Slocum and Ferris, Sobeys, Foodland, Pete’s Frootique, Old Fashion Meat Market, Cormier Meats, Hopewell Rocks Gift Shop, Wharf Village Gift Shop Magnetic Hill, Cape Jourimain Nature Centre, Nana's Bakery, Granite Town Farms, McBuns Bakery, Boutique La Baliene, Ganong's Chocolatier, Cook Nook, Fleur du Pommier, Carrington & Co. to name a few.


Briggs Maples is OPEN in Hillsborough from:

Mon. to Fri. from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm


***Covid-19 has changed the way we do business. We are still open to the public, with restrictions. Please ensure social distancing, wear a mask, sanitise your hands and limit 3 customers at a time. Everyone please stay safe.***

The retail outlet can be reached at (506) 382-3380 or Toll Free: 1-888-736-0634


***We are also open at the Dieppe Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.***


Briggs Maples gets its pure maple syrup from David’s father Lea.  Lea taps over 12,000 sugar maples on private and crown land, located near Fundy Park, in Albert County New Brunswick. For years Lea produced maple syrup in his home of Stilesville New Brunswick. Located just outside of Moncton, Stilesville is well known in the area for producing some of the best quality maple products in the world. People flock to Stilesville by the hundreds in the spring time to sweeten their thirsts for that first crop of the year!

In 2009, David and his family, opened a new processing plant and retail gift shop, in the Chocolate River Station in Riverview. This facility shows and provides a year round interpretation on the making and packaging of pure maple products. You are able to see maple syrup bottled and transformed into other delicious sweet treats right before your eyes. When your taste buds water for that sweet taste of maple, come browse the shop, and take home a delicious treat today.