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American Made Products

Why 'Made in America' Is Cool

Dana Holmes | Posted 02.09.2014 | HuffPost Home
Dana Holmes

In the last few years, pride in American-made goods has been causing a swing back in that direction, making them trendier than ever among the hip and cutting-edge. We can support "Made in America" products even more by giving them as gifts and spreading the word.

WATCH: Men's Skincare CEO On The Importance Of American-Made Products

Posted 12.10.2013 | Small Business

John Cafarelli, the founder and CEO of men's skincare and grooming company Ernest Supplies, joined HuffPost Live's Mike Sacks Monday to talk about wha...

American Made

Jessica Alba | Posted 10.16.2013 | Small Business
Jessica Alba

I'm a DIYer at heart. I believe that making (and enjoying) beautiful, stylish things should be simple, fun, and affordable. That's why I'm so excited about Martha Stewart's American Made program, a celebration of makers and doers taking place this week in New York City.

18 American-Made Things We Think Are Just Great

Posted 03.11.2015 | OWN

A few 100 percent all-American things we think are just great! Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost OWN on Facebook and Twitter ....

WATCH: The Most American House You'll Ever See

The Huffington Post | Michelle Manetti | Posted 06.12.2013 | HuffPost Home

One couple decide

How New Parents Can Bring Back 'Made in the USA'

Gary Osborne | Posted 01.07.2013 | Small Business
Gary Osborne

The presidential election is over, but the campaign's number one issue, jobs, lingers on. In today's economy, a huge part of that issue has been the question of how we can return manufacturing jobs to the United States.

10 Products Surprisingly Still Made In America

24/7 Wall St. | Samuel Weigley, Lisa A. Nelson and Alexander E. M. Hess | Posted 07.07.2012 | Business

24/7 Wall St.: Try taking your everyday shopping trip to your nearest department or grocery store and buy only American. A little difficult? Employmen...

The High Cost of Cheap Imports

Alan Uke | Posted 08.20.2012 | Business
Alan Uke

A consumer movement aimed at buying American goods, or goods from balanced trade partners, could save our economy. But to do this, we need more accurate information about where things actually come from. We need a detailed country-of-origin label.