Tobacco Substitute Endorsement Effective July 1, 2016, as enacted by the Vermont Legislature, no person shall engage in the retail sale of tobacco substitutes without also obtaining a tobacco substitute endorsement from the Department of Liquor Control. Tobacco licenses and tobacco substitute endorsements shall expire at midnight, April 30, of each year.
"Tobacco substitute" means products, including electronic cigarettes or other electronic or battery-powered devices, that contain and are designed to deliver nicotine or other substances into the body through inhaling vapor and that have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for tobacco cessation or other medical purposes. Products that have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for tobacco cessation or other medical purposes shall not be considered to be tobacco substitutes. The annual fee of the endorsement is $50. CLICK HERE for the application and instructions.
Universal Recycling For Food Establishments (Webinar) This webinar on Universal Recycling is designed for supermarkets, resorts, restaurants, and other food establishments. It was conducted on April 21. Learn about Vermont's recycling and food waste compliance dates and how to manage your food waste.