Maasdam Sorghum can be found throughout the Midwest. Check your local grocery store, market, orchard or food coop. Online ordering is also available on this website.
We are a Member of the National Sweet Sorghum Producer and Processors Associations.
Members of NSSPPA use the logo shown here to guarantee the product is pure sorghum and not a blend.
Facts About Sorghum Syrup!
- Sorghum syrup is made from sorghum cane, not corn or sugar cane or grain sorghum. Sorghum cane grows 12 to 15 feet tall. The stalk is pressed for the juice.
- Sorghum syrup and molasses are not the same. Molasses is a by-product of the sugar industry. Sorghum is the juice from the sorghum cane that is boiled to produce the syrup.
- Sorghum does not need to be refridgerated. It does not mold like maple syrup, but could sugar. If this happens, just reheat it back to liquid form.
- Sorghum is healthy for you. It contains iron, calcium and potassium.
- Sorghum ranked 5th out of 40 foods tested for antioxidants.
- Be sure you are buying pure sorghum and not blended. Read the labels carefully. And look for the NSSPPA logo like the one shown above.