Maasdam's Famous Home Made  
Sorghum Syrup
Producing pure sweet sorghum syrup since 1926.
Sorghum is a syrup made from sweet sorghum cane used as a table syrup and can be used in baking. Example: Use sorghum syrup on pancakes, corn bread, and bread. Use sorghum syrup in baked beans, cookies, BBQ sauce and popcorn balls.

We are a Member of the
National Sweet Sorghum Producer and Processors Associations.
  
Pure Sorghum Logo
Contact Information
Maasdam Sorghum Mills
6495 E. 132nd St. S.
Lynnville, Iowa 50153
           Ph.(641)594-4369                                         Fax.(641)594-4368                      E-mail.sorghum@netins.net
The logo at the left is used by members of NSSPPA. It is used to label 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.

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.


Maasdam Sorghum Mills, Inc.
Updated January 2014
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