The device designed by Montpelier hobbyist maple sugarmakers is being used in other parts of the country to make syrup from black walnuts, birches and sweetgrass.
The Topsham company’s high-tech printing has earned it a global reputation, and attracted clients including David Bowie and National Geographic.
The Waterbury company specializes in packing stiffness into thin blades, for large manufacturers who want as much of their wood as possible to end up as product.
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Just 1% to 2% of Burton’s snowboards are made at its Vermont prototyping lab, where 13 people also create designs for the company’s clothing, boots, helmets and goggles.
After a bruising bout with the big time, the mom-and-pop confectioner retrenched.
Sales are flat, and the company is honing its response to the slick marketing and high-speed delivery of upstart chocolate companies and established local competitors.
Chittenden County’s Flex-A-Seal sets itself apart from much larger pump seal manufacturers by fulfilling custom orders for oil, chemical and marine businesses as quickly as it can.
As questions of authenticity and alcohol content swirl in the budding kombucha market, Aqua ViTea seeks to set itself apart based on quality.
After a Toronto artist posted a video of a rug hooking tool designed by Vermonter Amy Oxford, sales soared from 2,000 a year to between 500 and 1,000 per week.