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Posted by Turner Farms Maple Syrup on June 10, 2010 at 5:56 PM

Our 12 year old son Trevor recently created this website for us, for which we are greatful.Thank You Trevor! He was angry at me for not letting him add Paypal, stating Mom,  "how do you expect to sell syrup without a payment plan?" My thinking is this, personally, I still like to talk to REAL people when I order a product. I want to know our customers. Over the years we have developed a large customer base and I thoroughly enjoy getting to know each one. Many send notes, pictures of their families and even those family Christmas notes, (complete with photos of thier grandchildren pouring  the Maple syrup on the sunday Waffels.)I promised Trevor this, if you could leave us a message at this website wishing us to set up PayPal or favoring  the personal touch I will  let you decide. Be advised that I also perfer the personal touch because I can better regulate the cost of postage. Through Paypal I will have to add 3 percent  to the overall cost and extra shipping as well( in order to encompass the West Coast and odd territories of the U.S.). My vote is the personal touch. Syrup weighs 11 pounds to the gallon, it's pretty heavy. I can  control the cost due to location.  Trevor votes Paypal....he's so cutting edge!!! You decide. Thanks for visiting our website...........fondly,Carla

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Reply Bob and Judi Nadel
11:53 AM on November 11, 2012 
Hi, Carla - I'm too old to be good at blogging, so I will muddle my way through this and hope it gets posted. Your syrup is simply delicious and we will be buying a jug for our daughter and grandkids. They get their syrup from a local supermarket and we thought it was time to give them a taste of what we eat. . . your syrup! Here's to a winter that is good to your trees. Bob and Judi from Brooklyn, New York
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