Something I've learned about (at least some) "Made in USA" things. It's a joke. Literally. My company I work at receives parts made in China, exported to japan, then sent to the USA. Other components come from Mexico. We take them, slap a shipping label on them, and they go to the customer--that has a "Made in USA" sticker on them! The only thing made in USA about them is the shipping stickers (made in our town) and corrugated box (made in either a nearby town, or a place in Iowa)--the parts themselves are made elsewhere.
I have a couple of other Made In USA websites saved to favorites. I saved this one too.<br><br>
I noticed the high price of the cooking pots. I bought Revere Ware pots at Kmart in the 90's cheap. It wasn't that long ago you could still find things. Now you can't buy a towel made in the U.S.. I'm shopping at the thrift shops.
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