Any opportunity to sell honey is a good thing.
"Local Honey" is a state of mind. How local is local? For some it's a mile for others, it a hundred. If she wants your source to help with allery issues, I was summise that pollen and nectar sources 110 miles away are similar to where she is, especially if they are in the same hardiness zone.
Beekeepers/resellers just have to honest as to where the location of the hives are. Putting the city on the label will suffice.
Anything from a local beekeeper will be better than a commercially available solution that contains honey from who knows where.