These days, “Made in America” isn’t as clear-cut as it used to be. Most Americans are aware that products branded with American labels may be made in overseas factories or assembled here with parts made overseas. Three-fourths of consumers say being manufactured in the U.S. is crucial for them to consider it “made in America.”What do you think? With complex and vast global supply chains, do you think we can still find a pure made in America product? We welcome comments!
Contrast the "Made in America" to "Not Made in China."
Photo courtesy: ©2013 Laurel Delaney. All rights reserved. "American flag in front of The Wrigley Building, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., 6/1/13"