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TRUMBULL — It’s not quite amber gold, but with a per-gallon price about 10 times that of gasoline, maple syrup might as well be.
“People always wonder why real maple syrup is so expensive, and there are a lot of reasons for it,” said Mark Ceneri, lead educator at the Trumbull Nature & Arts Center. “It all boils down to it being a seasonal product that’s very labor intensive to produce, and it has a very high fuel cost added to it.”