Thursday, July 29, 2010
Day Twenty -- Made in the USA
Is anything made in the USA anymore? . I see Made in China, Made in Taiwan, Made in Malaysia, Made in Mexico or Made in India on most items these days. It wasn't until buying a vintage item at the thrift store and seeing the stamp "Made in the USA" on the bottom of the piece that I realized I rarely see that on anything anymore. And I miss seeing that.
Unfortunately, we have outsourced everything from All-American Levis to All-American Ford automobiles to other countries. USA made items have become a dying breed
Here's a site that does list items still made in the USA, I just wish the listings were larger.