BURLINGTON (AP) - Vermont has reached a settlement in its lawsuit against VerMints, a company that mislabeled its tins of mints as Vermont products.

The state attorney general's office sued the Braintree, Mass.-based mintmaker in 2012, saying from 2006 to 2011, its metal tins were labeled as "Vermont's All Natural Mints." But the attorney general's office said they were manufactured in Canada from mostly non-Vermont ingredients, thus violating the Vermont Consumer Protection Act.

As part of the settlement, announced Monday, VerMints has agreed to donate $35,000 to the Vermont Foodbank, pay the state $30,000 and add corrective labeling to its products.