Made in New Hampshire but sold as “local” in Vermont? Not anymore.
"“Previously, anything could be considered local if it was produced within 30 miles of the point at which it was sold,” said Harris. This, he said, could lead to situations where a product made in Hanover, New Hampshire, could be marketed as local in Vermont’s White River Junction, but not be considered local in Brattleboro."
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