Stéphanie Côté


Maple Health Ambassador

“An essential ingredient and great source of pleasure too… With maple, I sweeten just a little, but I sweeten better!”

Stéphanie Côté has a straightforward mission: to convince people that eating well is a good thing, and not too complicated for even the busiest lifestyle.

In addition to her degree in Nutrition from Université Laval, Stéphanie Côté holds a Master’s in Sports Nutrition from Université de Montréal. She’s worked in communications since 2000, the year she took first prize in the Bourse Fernand-Seguin science journalism competition. She’s been seen on several media outlets, including RDI, Radio-Canada, TVA, LCN, Cogeco Media, Naître et grandir and Veille Action. Stéphanie wears many hats at any given time, as a coordinator for Université de Montréal’s nutritional centre Extenso, as a lecturer, a blogger, and the author of books on sports nutrition, feeding children and babies, microbiota, and pregnancy.

Stéphanie and Maple

“I’m so proud that we produce this in Québec. It’s a gift from nature. No workers are exploited, no ecosystem harmed. I love maple. It’s unrefined, unlike so many other sweeteners, and it’s also a source of many nutrients…”

Maple … a Slice of Life!

“I love the versatility of maple, from my morning oatmeal or on my pancakes to the vinaigrette for my salad, right to dessert. Sometimes I’ll take a shot of pure syrup during a lengthy sport activity. I’m an especially big fan of granola, and I always make mine with maple syrup.”


Nutritionists concern themselves with the impact food has on human health, and some recognize the nutritional value of 100% pure maple. Maple from Québec is proud to be associated with two nutritionists who acknowledge the benefits of this natural product and wish to share the information with all who care about health and wellness. Find out all about them and how they fit maple into their daily lives as part of a healthy diet.