What do they make in Vermont?

Many things are made in Vermont. Cheese, maple syrup, coffee, mustard, preserves, bacon, ham, the wooden tiles for Scrabble games, railroad cars for New York's and Boston's subways, steering columns for Japanese cars, the finest of art books, over 190 magazines, machines that help make a fabric from soda bottles, computers (IMB is in Vermont), and cars. Basically many, MANY things are made, but Vermont is not well known for any of their products (except when I first thought of Vermont, cheese came to mind).
Ummm. . the thing about cheese is not EXACTLY true. That's Wisconsin you might know for cheese. Vermont is mostly known for maple syrup. We are the #1 state for maple syrup. We are proud. :)