Maple products are exported to more than 50 countries around the world.
In 2013, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield ate maple syrup in space.
Every spring, the sugaring season lasts for about 20 days.
Quebec produces over 72% of all the maple syrup in the world.
34 billions maple trees are needed for Quebec’s maple syrup production.
In 1536, Jacques Cartier and his crew became the first Europeans to taste maple sap.
In summertime, sugars are created through the process of photosynthesis in the leaves of the sugar maple.