keeping production stateside
As the economy has become increasingly global, it's become steadily more difficult to find products made in the United States. For many consumers, "Made in USA" is a mark of quality that makes a purchase more worthwhile. In a 2017 survey by Reuters, around 7 in 10 respondents said it was important to buy American-made, and 21 percent said they'd be willing to pay up to 10 percent more for it. Although many popular brands seem to be stamped with "Made in China" labels, there are still companies whose products are manufactured right here in the USA.