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Products Made in USA

Updated on September 11, 2014

Things to buy that are Made in USA

In case you live in the US and were wondering "What products can I buy that are made in the USA?"

There are many, but this lens just covers some that I came across. And gets updated as I find more. I own plenty of products made in a variety of countries... but US manufacturing is declining, so I decide to see how easy it would be to find products that are for sale through Amazon or other sources and are made in the USA.

Fuller #8

Fuller woodworking cutting tools

Food challenge- Atomic Fireball- how long can you last?

History of Ferrara Pan Candy Company

From its site:

Ferrara Pan

In 1919, Salvatore Ferrara, Salvatore Buffardi and Anello Pagano, brothers-in-law, formed a partnership to engage in the manufacturing of a wide variety of confections. Upon the formation of the partnership they had constructed a manufacturing facility located at 2200 West Taylor Street in the City of Chicago. This is the same site in which the original Ferrara Bakery is still located. The same families, Ferrara, Buffardi and Pagano, continue to own and manage the Ferrara Pan Candy Company.

Automic Fireballs

Clothing Made in the USA

Fair Indigo With offices in the suburbs of Madison, Wisconsin, they offer a line of clothing Made in the USA.

Socks There are many brands of socks found in department stores that are actually made in USA. Check out the Nike ones below

Alpha Industries Has a line of jackets still made in the USA

Bayside Apparel from Tacoma WA, they have a line of clothing made in the USA

Agave There is a line of pants and jeans made in USA

How It's Made: Marbles

How It's Made - Snowboards

Signal Snowboards

Weber History

In 1952 George Stephen Sr. was working at Weber Brothers Metal Works in Chicago, Illinois, manufacturing marine buoys when he came up with an idea for a better grill. His invention: a dome-shaped grill with a lid to protect food from the elements, while sealing in that only-from-the-grill barbecue flavor.

the above and more can be read at

Weber story

What's your favorite product made in the USA?

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