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Made in America, bought by an American

Updated on September 9, 2016

Made in the US

American Made Products

In regards to the excess of shipyard containers across the ports of cities on American harbors, I write this article. Believe it or not Americans do make good quality products and most of it is unique in the way that it was furnished. There are so many items that we buy from other countries (mainly China really) but there are alternatives here at home and are most likely of better quality. This is not a politically driven cause nor is it a green thumb initiative. This is about Americans buying things in America rather that import item. Now I'm not saying "Let's rally for a cause and ban imports," that is ridiculous. I'm more trying to make you aware of the American companies that do the labor to make products similar to what you buy that is most likely imported. I will keep this Hub updated with products made in the United States Of America. Bare with me as it will get larger in selections. There are various types of items or services you can browse from. I will not state food restaurants but I will state common commercial American companies as well as mom and pop shops that made their own products.

Apparel Section:

American Apparel (clothes for the whole family, including babies)

All USA clothing (for the American workforce)

A.S Tees (All American T-shirts)

Bailey Boys (Children's clothes)

Levi's (All American Jeans)

Itty Bitty Belts (Childrens Belts)

The Wish Kingdom (Fine linens for little ones)

Candy & Sweets:

Necco (candy tarts delivered to your house)

Jelly Belly (best jelly beans in the world)

Spangler (available by the pounds)

Sweet Candy (tasty support)

Health & Beauty

American Beauty (Cosmetics)

NutraSense (American quality made nutritional supplements)

Estee Lauder (American cosmetics)

Beardition (Beard Grooming)


Hartland Locomotive works (Locomotive train models and tracks)

House & Garden:

Amish Furniture (Fine furniture and more)

Brahms Mount Blankets (All American Blankets)

Carolina Chair (Fine furniture)

Castine Candles (American scented candles)

Harden Furniture (All American furniture made of wood, fine upholstery, sofa skirts)

Luxe & Liberty (All American Furniture)

Sweet Pea Linens (table top linens)

Weber Grills (state of the art Grills)


Brooks Fine Jewelry

Cangles (All American fashionable jewelry)

Carolyn Pollack Jewelry (Fine American Jewelry)

Saverine Creek Jewelry (Artistic jewelry)

South Paw Studios (American hand made jewelry)


Bad Bags (American travel bags)

Green Guru Gear

Vinni Bag (all types of reusable bags)


American Office products (American Office Products)

Herman Miller Store (fine office chairs)


Peto Bed (comfy pet beds)

Snuggly Toes (pet beds)

USA Made Pet Supplies (all around pet stuff)


Buffalo Games (puzzles & games)

Fat Brain Toys (Over 600 toys in stock)

Greenleaf Dollhouses (girl doll houses)

Little Tikes (A well known children's company)

Twinkle Baby (Fine Baby Clothes)

US Made Toys (featured on TV)

Uncle Goose (Toddlers Toys)

Please feel free to drop a comment with an All American product website.


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    • DRG Da Real Grinc profile image

      Felix J Hernandez 5 years ago from All over the USA

      You are welcome PurvisB. Awesome that you make your own jewelry. I see it as a form of art and would like to see yours someday. :)

    • PurvisBobbi44 profile image

      PurvisBobbi44 5 years ago from Florida

      This is great information---I use Estee Lauder my favorite and I make most of my own jewelry.

      It is great when Americans promote made in American Products---this is wonderful.


      Your Hub Friend,

      Bobbi Purvis

    • DRG Da Real Grinc profile image

      Felix J Hernandez 6 years ago from All over the USA

      Totally agreeable and in my studying the facts I realized the difference between American and ALL-AMERICAN

    • artrush73 profile image

      artrush73 6 years ago

      Made in USA was long long time ago. In 21century everything is made in China or India, somewhere where it is cheap to make. But the catch is the assembly. If it is assembled in the USA, by today standards it means that it's made in USA.


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