Since 1887, the delicious taste of Log Cabin® syrup has given it a traditional place at the family breakfast table.
About Log Cabin
Log Cabin has been making delicious syrup for 120 years. Minnesota grocer Patrick J. Towle introduced the brand in 1887, and named it in honor of his childhood hero and true American icon, President Abraham Lincoln. President Lincoln grew up in a log cabin, deep in the woods of Kentucky—hence the brand name Log Cabin, chosen by Mr. Towle to honor Abraham Lincoln.
With a history like that, it's no surprise that Log Cabin continues to be known for tradition at the breakfast table and its delicious taste. Everyone in the family will enjoy Log Cabin syrup, available in Original, Lite, and Sugar Free varieties. Also, for the most recent Log Cabin product launches, try Log Cabin All Natural syrup and pancake mix.
Committed to Doing Our Part
Log Cabin is proudly made at our St. Elmo, Illinois, facility where a 2-megawatt solar system sitting on 8 acres was developed/constructed by SolAmerica and owned by Luminace. The system was developed under the state-administered Illinois Shine Initiative. Under the program, the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) from the system were purchased by Ameren Illinois. In partnership with SolAmerica and Luminace, Log Cabin is working hard to bring large-scale renewable energy to Illinois.