Shop Local directory set for Vermonters

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing has launched a new online holiday shopping guide, The new directory connects shoppers with Vermont retailers and Vermont-made gifts in six categories — wearables, craft beverages, specialty food, home goods, personal care and toys and books.
The Buy Vermont Made directory was developed in collaboration with the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets to encourage shoppers both in Vermont and regionally to buy Vermont-made products and support Vermont-based retailers this holiday shopping season.
 Consumers can filter by in-person or online shopping to find almost 400 Vermont businesses that applied and were accepted to be part of the directory. Many businesses in the directory also offer curbside pick-up options as Vermonters and small businesses continue to adapt operational practices during the COVID-19 crisis.
“More than ever, now is the time to support our local retailers and producers. This directory will make it easier for shoppers to find their favorite exceptional Vermont products and discover new ones,” said VDTM Commissioner Heather Pelham.
The directory was created and marketed using federal CARES Act funding. 

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