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Vermont Food Liability Insurance

Cover your food business in Vermont today with FLIP’s comprehensive insurance plans.


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Vermont Food Business Insurance

Vermont has a rich history of food production and culinary businesses. The world-famous Ben & Jerry’s ice cream was started in Vermont, and this state is also the leading producer of maple syrup in the U.S. according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service. Vermont also became the first state to pass a law that required the labeling of all genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food products in 2014.

In order to safeguard your food business from costly claims, you need Vermont business insurance from Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP. FLIP provides food businesses with affordable coverages that can safeguard finances and give peace of mind, such as general liability insurance, product liability insurance, damage to premises rented, and other optional coverages including inland marine (tools and equipment).

In 10 minutes or less, you can get the customized coverage you need to protect your business from expensive claims. Don’t let worrying about potential accidents get in the way of running your business—get Vermont commercial liability insurance today!

Vermont Food Insurance Coverages

  • General Liability
  • Products and Completed Operations Coverage
  • Personal and Advertising Injury Coverage
  • Damage to Premises Rented Coverage
  • Business Personal Property Coverage


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Vermont Cottage Food Laws

Did you know Vermont was the first state to create laws for home-based bakers? These regulations, known as cottage food laws, dictate which types of food products you can sell from your home, what labeling requirements you must follow, and other such rules. 

If you have a home food business in Vermont, it’s important to learn your state’s cottage food laws to ensure you’re operating within the legal boundaries. Operating from your home also leaves you open to unique liability risks, which is why you must purchase cottage food law insurance in order to properly protect your home food business. 

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Vermont Liquor Liability Insurance

As of 2022, there were 1,710 bartenders working in Vermont according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

Whether you own a bartending business or you sell or serve alcohol as part of your business operations, you need to add liquor liability insurance to your policy. Alcohol-related claims are not covered under general liability, which is why FLIP makes it easy to add liquor liability coverage to your policy during the checkout process.

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Licensed in All 50 States

If you move out of Vermont, you can take your food truck, catering, or other food business anywhere with FLIP’s coverage. As long as you follow the license and certification requirements in your current state of residence, you’ll be covered.

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