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Maple Water: 11 Things You Need To Know About This Maple Sap Drink

Maple water is being called the new coconut water, but is it really this year's trendy new health drink?

With spring already here, farmers’ markets will open across the country and for the most part, maple sap will start flowing. In fact, Canada is one of the world's largest producers of maple syrup (Quebec produces the most).

But as awesome as maple syrup is, there’s a new reason to be excited about spring sap. Turns out you can drink maple sap (or maple water) itself, and a few companies like SEVA,OVIVA, and MAPLE3 are now selling it as a lower-calorie and better-tasting alternatives to coconut water.

Here are 11 things you need to know about maple water:

11 Facts About Maple Water
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