9 Famous Products Still Proudly Made in America

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Have you ever wondered if people have a bias towards American products? Because we are here to satisfy your curiosity! Not only have surveys all over the country shown that eight out of ten Americans prefer to buy products made here in our country, but sometimes it shows that they would rather pay more just for them to be truly American. And truthfully, we admire this nationalist sentiment as there’s nothing wrong with being proud of and loving your country and the quality products that are made here.

But which of the items around us are still made in the US and which of them are just saying that they’re made here but actually imported from somewhere else? We have gathered some of the most iconic American items that have been patented here on US soil and are still proudly made here, continuing the long tradition.

And don’t get us wrong, we aren’t saying that imported products aren’t good, but sometimes you just have to admire what you have in your own backyard and support the manufacturers in your own country. And what better time to do so than now, when we are so close to Independence Day?

Let us know which one of the items on our list is your favorite, or if you have one that you would love to see added to the list!

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8 thoughts on “9 Famous Products Still Proudly Made in America”

  1. James Elliott

    I took my parents Waring blender with me to college. It was a wedding present to them in 1950. I still have it and use it regularly.

  2. We have a Lodge Dutch Oven and use it almost twice a week. It definitely meets all the great things that it claims to do. We have had ours for about two years, and wonder how we have gotten along without it for so many years.

  3. Many Whirlpool and Maytag appliances are made in Mexico. The “Made in America” label actually means “Made in North America”.

    It’s interesting that there aren’t any automobiles on the list. It’s likely that some Toyota models are manufactured and assembled entirely in the United States.

    American Range, a factory in California, makes high-quality ovens and stove-tops. They’re pricey and worth the extra cost, in my experience.

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