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Vermont Tells Big-Box Stores to Stop Selling Non-Essentials—Will Other States Follow?

When it’s deliver-or-die, supply chains become the lifeblood of a company. To that end, the fashion industry has embraced technology to navigate today’s hyper-complicated supply chain, with myriad solutions shaping the first, middle and last mile. Call it Sourcing 2.0.

The Agency of Commerce and Community Development in Vermont has directed big-box retailers to “cease” in-person sales of non-essential goods. The edict impacts retailers that sell apparel, such as Walmart Inc., Target Corp., Costco Wholesale Corp., and those that do not, such as The Home Depot Inc. and Lowe’s Cos. Inc. These big boxes could…

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