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Changing weather patterns and an increase in demand have to a shortage of maple syrup. Worldwide stocks of everyone's favourite pancake topping have down. This has Canada to release 22 million kilograms of the sweet, sticky stuff into the market. Canada the world's largest producer of maple syrup. The province of Quebec almost three-quarters of global supply. Canada huge amounts of it for emergencies. The syrup it has just is almost half of those emergency reserves. A spokeswoman for Quebec's maple syrup producers said there would no shortages. She said: "That's why the reserve is ....We won't maple syrup."

A warmer spring this year has syrup supplies. Maple trees need warm daytime and freezing nighttime temperatures to syrup. A warmer and shorter spring to a poorer harvest than usual. Another factor is worldwide demand for maple syrup. This has by more than 20 per cent this year. One major reason for this rise the coronavirus pandemic. More people are at home, cooking pancakes and waffles. It possible that more of us have a sweet tooth. The Quebec spokeswoman said: "The pandemic our case because we're seeing people more at home and use more local products. It's not just in Quebec where the demand is ."

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