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Sticky situation

Producers worry rising price of maple syrup will sap demand

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / March 31, 2008

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Attention, pancake lovers! The price of light sweet amber is going up, hitting New England consumers where it hurts - the breakfast table. Maple syrup has skyrocketed to record prices of up to $60 a gallon, raising fears that the sticky staple of morning fare could become a treat too expensive for the workaday fan of flapjacks and French toast. (Full article: 603 words)

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