Here and Now Toronto | Mar 12, 2013 | 5:39

Drinking Maple Sap

Keith Harris believes he's onto the next big drink. According to him, his natural maple sap beverage is not only quintessentially Canadian but a great alternative to other flavoured waters and assorted beverages on the market. Now, he's trying to break into the Asian market. He explained.

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