Labor Day Special: These American-Made Products Are Winners
According to many critics, Made in the U.S.A. isn’t what it used to be, following the steady decline of manufacturing between 2000 and 2011. However, as stateside energy prices drop (per the natural gas boom) and wages overseas rise, more companies are rethinking their approach to production.
The intrinsic value of “Made in America” products is enough to give companies a reason to spend more on domestic manufacturing: customers happily pay higher prices for better quality, offering better margins on every sale. The following six Made-in-U.S.A. products are scoring big for the businesses behind them.