What does “Made in the USA” even mean these days? If you want to buy American-made products, you have to read labels, seek what each company claims, read websites or contact the manufacturers directly — which can be more work than most people have time for, honestly.
LifeZette decided to take a crack at finding some great “American Original” items you can take to the bank.
Scroll through the gallery to see what is still proudly “made in the USA” today.
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(photo credit, homepage image: Thesupermat, Wikimedia)