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 2019 survey by Thomas, around 62% of respondents said they preferred to buy American-made (and a more recent, but smaller, survey suggests that has grown), with more than one-fifth of respondents saying they'd be willing to pay up to 10% more for it. Although many popular brands seem to be stamped with "Made in China" labels, there are still companies whose products are made right here in the USA.
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