Maple Syrup Producing

What kinds of jobs are there in the maple syrup producing industry?

In maple syrup producing, different workers do different jobs. Some workers harvest the sap, other workers drill the holes into the trees, and some other workers boil the sap. A few maple syrup farms hire workers to run retail stores to sell the maple syrup. All these jobs are important to produce maple syrup.

What kinds of training are required for jobs in maple syrup producing?

In maple syrup producing it is possible to work without any specific training. But, there are programs of study to help you with the job.

Maple syrup is produced in...

How much maple syrup is produced in Canada?

Canada produces 71% of the world's maple syrup, and 91% of that syrup is produced in Quebec. Canada produced 67.6 gallons of maple syrup in 2007.

What is the future of the maple syrup industry?

In the next few years, maple syrup production jobs are expected to decrease slightly in Canada due to maple syrup production in the United States.