Vermont has maple syrup, Alaska has birch tree syrup and now Utah has its own distinctive offering pine syrup made from the sap of the Blue spruce, the official state tree.
The eco-friendly pine syrup is being produced by Edible Wilds, a small company based in Eden. Owner Steve Golieb said to make the all-natural syrup, the company collects just the bottom branches of blue spruce trees and then boils the sap. The process leaves the tree intact, he said. "No tapping or drilling holes into the tree."