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Maple Pepper® Brand Seasoning is a proprietary blend of all natural, gluten free ingredients, including 100% pure maple sugar and black pepper. Our seasoning adds an exciting taste sensation to many of your favorite foods including sauces, soups, meats, poultry, fish and vegetables. Maple Pepper® is available in three flavors: original, garlic, and habanero. If you’re looking for a way to excite your taste buds, get yourself some Maple Pepper® today and get cooking! Maple Pepper®, pure and simple, the way food, and life, should be!

Alison, I got the shipment. Made ribs and the guys went nuts for them.
Dan Greenberg

Are you interested in wholesale purchasing for your store or restaurant?

Wholesale iconOur Maple Pepper® Brand Seasonings may be found on the tables and in the recipes of many fine restaurants around the country. They are also available in select gourmet shops, gift shops, and other locations where fine specialty foods are sold. Please Contact us for more information.

We are also proud to offer private labeling. Contact us for more info.

Proudly made in Maine

Get Real, Get Maine!We made our first batch of Maple Pepper® in our country kitchen in Northern New England over 20 years ago. We use only the finest natural ingredients, combining the age-old flavor of maple sugar, the zest of black pepper, and ocean fresh sea salt to bring you a deliciously versatile seasoning.

Our seasonings are pure and simple. Try them once and you'll be coming back for more. Learn more about us.

New England Food Show

Highland Foods is headed down to Boston to attend the New England Food Show March 16 - 18, 2014. We look forward to meeting some new faces and expanding our distribution through contacts with wholesalers and distributors. The show is in a building adjacent to the Boston Seafood Show being held at the same time. We hope to “catch” some new accounts at that show as well!

Here on the coast of Maine we have had yet another winter storm, this one spreading freezing rain and drifting snow, and mounds of snow in the mountains. We love winter in Maine.

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