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32 great products that are still made in the USA

Money Talks News Logo By Gael F. Cooper of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 33: Remember when you’d see “Made in the USA” on everything from salad bowls to skirts? Those three magic words are tougher to find now. So many products and parts for the items in our stores are made elsewhere — everywhere from China to Canada.But let your flag fly high. With a little scouting, it is possible to seek out and buy American-made products — in fact, some of our most cherished brands do their best to make their products in the 50 nifty United States. Here’s a look at 32 of them.Warning: It’s tough to be 100 percent red, white and blue in the corporate world these days. Some of these companies might outsource parts or use production facilities overseas, but the majority of their products are as all-American as baseball and apple pie.It's not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

These goods are proudly made right here at home

Remember when you’d see “Made in the USA” on everything from salad bowls to skirts? Those three magic words are tougher to find now. So many products and parts for the items in our stores are made elsewhere — everywhere from China to Canada.

But let your flag fly high. With a little scouting, it is possible to seek out and buy American-made products — in fact, some of our most cherished brands do their best to make their products in the 50 nifty United States. 

Warning: It’s tough to be 100 percent red, white and blue in the corporate world these days. Some of these companies might outsource parts or use production facilities overseas, but the majority of their products are as all-American as baseball and apple pie.

Click ahead for a look at 32 products that are still made in America.

It's not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

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