100 Amazing Things That Are Made in the USA
If you're looking for amazing things made in America, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up 100 of the most unique, useful, and interesting all-American products.
Primo Ceramic Grill
All Primo Ceramic Grills are made in the USA of raw materials harvested right here in America. The entire manufacturing process takes place in Primo’s manufacturing plant in Tucker, Georgia. “Primo Ceramic Grills are truly as American as apple pie,” the company says, “In fact, you can bake one on any of our grills.” Stock up on these Amazon products you’ll use every day.
Duparquet Copper Cookware
Duparquet Copper Cookware is a Rhode Island-based company, and all its cookware is handmade in East Greenwich. Finely crafted, this cookware is designed to be passed down from one generation to the next. This 12.5-inch saute pan fits over a stove burner to help any cookware benefit from the even-heat-diffusing qualities of copper.
Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
“Nestled alongside the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains is the town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee (population 3,300). It was here that Joseph Lodge and his wife settled and in 1896 opened his first foundry,” according to Lodge Manufacturing’s website. So begins the totally Tennessee tale of Lodge Manufacturing’s long American history, which takes us to the present day, when all of their cast iron products, including this best-seller, the 10 1/4 inch pre-seasoned cast-iron skillet, continue to be manufactured in Tennessee.
Kitchenaid Stand Mixer
KitchenAid stand mixers have been made in the USA since 1941, and its Ohio factory is still going strong, with 700 employees, according to NPR. This particular mixer comes in Kitchenaid’s classic red, has ten speeds, and an attachment hub to connect to all Kitchenaid mixer attachments. Ever wonder what you need to use a stand mixer for? Find out here, along with 49 other expert kitchen tips.
Vitamix has been based in Olmsted Township, Ohio since 1948. Privately owned and operated by the Barnard family since 1921, it manufactures high-performance blenders for consumers and professionals including this beautiful brushed stainless model that boasts five speeds.
Liberty Tabletop Flatware
According to the company, Liberty Tabletop is the only remaining flatware manufacturer making flatware exclusively in the United States. Based in Sherrill, New York it produces unique and highly detailed patterns (such as this Calavera 45-piece set).
Rada Cutlery Kitchen Knives
Since 1948, all of the knives made by Rada, including this 7-Knife Set, (which includes a paring knife, vegetable peeler, tomato slicer, super parer, 6-inch bread knife, cook’s knife, and slicer knife) have been made in Waverly, Iowa. “Our mission is all about “providing our customers the best value of kitchen knives for their dollar,” according to the company. These are the best household products that you’ll definitely want to snag for yourself.
Pyrex Measuring Cup
All Pyrex glass is made in the United States (there are several factory locations across the country, but most pieces are made in Pennsylvania), and that’s been the case since Corning began making Pyrex in the 1940s. This ultra-durable, completely nonporous Pyrex Prepware 2-cup measuring cup is a classic piece of Americana you can own for under $10.
Handmade crab mallet
After cutting the mallet heads and handles to length, the Maryland-based creator of this custom-etched wood crab-mallet, laser-etches each mallet before gluing and assembling. Does it get much more American-made than that?
Oklahoma-shaped cutting and serving board
This cutting board is in the shape of Oklahoma and all wood products, including cutting boards in the shape of the other 49 states, made by the manufacturer, Epicurean, are made in the U.S.A. from trees harvested under the guidelines of the North America Sustainable Forestry Standard.
Lenox Bone China
This 5-piece place setting is made of bone china by Lenox, all of which is manufactured in the United States at a facility in Kinston, North Carolina. Find out all the items you’ll regret not putting on your wedding registry.
June Jacobs On-the-Go Masque Pouch
Keep your skin gorgeous wherever you land; these multi-use masque pouches are perfect for tossing into your suitcase. Like all June Jacobs products, these are made with a patent-pending anti-oxidant blend of white, red, and green tea extracts combined with goji berry, pomegranate, and grapeseed extracts. The powerful combo helps neutralize free radicals, leaving your skin glowing and youthful looking. The Detoxifying Perfect Pumpkin Peeling Enzyme Masque exfoliates dead skin cells for improved tone and texture. All of June Jacobs products are made in Moonachie, New Jersey.
Anchor Hocking Glassware
This set of six glass coffee mugs by Anchor Hocking is made in the USA, just as all Anchor Hocking glassware is. Anchor Hocking, which has been producing quality glassware in the United States for over 100 years, has manufacturing facilities in Ohio and Pennsylvania and employs over 1,500 people.
Dum Dums lollipops
These sweet, little lollipops are made by Spangler Candy in Ohio. They also make candy canes (a portion of their candy canes are produced in Mexico) and marshmallows candies. Some other popular candy names you may recognize from Sprangler besides Dum Dums include Saf-T-Pops, Circus Peanuts, and Spangler Candy Canes.
Handmade stoneware mug
Great for tea, coffee, and even for eating from with the generous opening, this mug was hand-thrown by an Indiana artisan in her own studio. All of Purple Heather Pottery’s mugs are unique, and no two are alike. Plus they’re dishwasher safe. On the other hand, these are the things you should never put in your dishwasher.
Handmade turtle-themed coasters
Handmade by an artist named Kanani Tahere in Hawaii, these coasters are low-fired and lined with cork to avoid slippage and keep your wood tables safe. The coasters have a turtle theme, which has a special meaning in Hawaii. “To the ancient Hawaiians,” explains Tahere, “the turtle is a bearer of good luck.”
All-Clad Pots and Pans
Formerly lousy chefs are reclaiming the kitchen with All Clad’s now iconic stainless steel cookware, according to reviews on Amazon. “I became a good cook, no longer frustrated, food cooked evenly and it didn’t require turning the burner on blast,” writes one reviewer. If you whip up dinners on the regular, treat yourself to these durable stainless steel, oven-safe and dishwasher-safe pots and pans, all manufactured in All Clad’s factory in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, and made to last a lifetime.
Hand-carved wood vase
Handmade in Northwest Arkansas by a local artisan, this vase is made out of 24 solid poplar wood pieces. The tree is native to Arkansas.
Carousel Designs Watercolor Mermaid Bedding
New parents searching for the perfect crib bedding and drapes for baby’s nursery need look no further than Georgia-based Carousel Designs. The line is known for its nursery designer tool that lets you custom design your choices. Or you can pick from its cute designs, like this Watercolor Mermaids set.
Elephant wine cork display
This playful pewter elephant is designed to display your favorite wine cork. Florida artist, Lori Strickland, crafts each one by pouring pewter into a mold. It comes with a story card that reads, “Elephants never forget! I’m just not always sure when I’ll remember!”
Fletchers Mill Pepper Mill
This elegant, 17-inch, wood pepper mill is handcrafted in New Vineyard, Maine from sustainable wood, using sustainable energy practices. Fletchers is a family-owned company and offers a lifetime guarantee with every purchase.
Purple Mattresses are super-comfy and super-American. The company is headquartered in Alpine, Utah, the products are manufactured in Alpine and Grantsville, Utah, and the proprietary hyper-elastic polymer that makes a Purple so comfortable is also produced in Alpine and Grantsville (the polyurethane foam that Purple uses is made in the U.S.A. as well).
Tuft & Needle Mattresses
When Tuft & Needle says its mattresses are designed, sourced, and manufactured in the States, they’re not kidding: the foam is poured and cut in the states, the fabric is sourced from a mill in the Carolinas, and the mattresses are finished at a factory in California. Pop this one out of the box and sleep well knowing you’re supported and supporting your country’s economy.
Yep, it’s the My Pillow from TV, but really, it’s from Minnesota, where it’s manufactured with materials sourced only in America. Machine washable and dryable, this one comes in two loft levels, although other My Pillow pillows are available with four or even custom loft levels. Here are the best pillows to help you get the best night of sleep ever. Sweet dreams!
Nest Bedding Mattresses
All of Nest Bedding‘s mattress, pillow, and bedding products are all natural, organic, and the mattresses are manufactured in Arizona of USA-sourced materials. They’re breathable and soft, and this one offers a free 100-night trial. These must-have products are coming to Target very soon.
Handmade Alaskan Rug
This indoor-outdoor rug is hand-woven from new and repurposed Alaskan fisherman rope/line, exclusively in Alaska by the Alaska Rug Company. On the repurposed rope, you can see some sun bleaching and can tell that it has been used to catch a lot of fish over the years, which only adds to the durable rug’s charms.
Herman Miller Aeron Chair
Herman Miller‘s classic Aeron desk chair is known as one of America’s most iconic products. Anyone who has ever sat in one knows that its ergonomic features are well worth the price tag. The company is based in Zeeland, Michigan, where it has been pioneering American furniture for 107 years.
All Faribault Woolen Mill products, including this red and black checked throw blanket, are handcrafted in Faribault, Minnesota. The Faribault Woolen Mill was founded in 1865 and endures as one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. “Here, fifth generation craftspeople take raw wool and create blankets, throws, scarves, and accessories of remarkable comfort and quality,” a spokesperson tells Reader’s Digest.
Dr. Teal’s Ultra Moisturizing Bath Bombs
Make your Epsom salt soaks—and all your baths—even more luxurious with these Dr. Teals Ultra Moisturizing Bath Bombs. These have soothing lavender oil plus jojoba, almond, and sunflower oils for a hit of relaxing hydration. They’re paraben- phthalate-, and dye-free.
Duraflame Fire Logs
Duraflame Fire Logs were originally invented to recycle leftover sawdust from manufacturing wood for pencils. Today, every single Duraflame Log is made in the U.S.A., either in the California or the Kentucky manufacturing plant where combined, they employ over 2,000 people.
Paw print suncatcher
This paw print suncatcher is made with the bottom of a repurposed Coke bottle, which the artist cut and then placed into a paw print mold and fired up in a kiln. “The bottle melts down into the cavity and a sun catcher is born,” the Georgia artist explains.
Beeswax Candles by Little Bee of Connecticut
The premise behind Connecticut-based Little Bee is a simple one: Provide locally produced, unique products from the hive, while educating their customers on what can be done to support honey bee survival. All of Little Bee’s products, like this hand-rolled beeswax pillar candle, are handmade in small batches and use minimal ingredients.
What’s got the scent of dark, roasted coffee beans and a touch of chocolate but doesn’t keep you up at night? This coffee-scented, vegan candle is hand-poured in Delaware by a wildlife conservationist. Each of Kind and Simple’s “critter candles” features a hand-drawn doodle of a wild animal and some fascinating facts about said creature. The mason jars are reusable.
Handmade lemongrass eucalyptus candle
All of the candles made by this Virginia artisan are handmade in small batches using U.S.-grown soybean wax and infused with natural essential oils. This one carries a crisp lemon fragrance with a top note of fresh cut lemongrass accompanied by the refreshing scent of eucalyptus leaves.
Blessing of the animals plaque
This image of Francis blessing animals was handmade in Natchez, Mississippi. “I designed and carved the original of the tile, made a mold, and cast it in cold cast metal,” the artist explains. “We then put a patina on the tile and inserted it in the frame, which is also handmade and is cast in modified gypsum and hand painted.”
Custom wall art made of repurposed hand-saw
This is a made-to-order piece by Nebraska artist, Cindy Chinn. (The photo depicts a representation of the final product.) “Each metal art piece I make is cut by hand,” Chinn says, “This allows me to make each one a little different. It allows you to request a custom design or addition that lets you tell YOUR story.”
Wall art made with horseshoe nails
“I’m a lifelong horse lady,” confesses the New Hampshire artisan who crafts all her handmade art and jewelry from horseshoe nails. This one is “Mom” spelled out with horseshoe nails soldered together with lead-free solder, then sealed with a metal sealer to prevent rusting.
Benebone doggie chew toys
Got an all-American pup with a penchant for chewing? Benebone‘s dental chews and chew toys are all made in New York City with 100 percent real food ingredients including bacon, chicken, and peanuts sourced from the United States. The Benebone Pawplexer is truly unique with a center portion that’s perfect for holding your dog’s favorite treat and presents a challenge, too.
HEX Performance Power & Odor Fighting Laundry Detergent
This eco-friendly anti-stink laundry detergent was created by a former pro-athlete who set out to beat the sweat stench that plagues active wear. Manufactured in Baltimore, the formula busts bacteria that causes odor in the first place. It also treats stains like a champ. Add the convenient pods to any type of laundry load. Just make sure not to use too much detergent; here are the telltale signs you’ve been doing just that.
Aunt Fannie’s pest solutions products
All of Aunt Fannie’s bug repellant products are manufactured in Los Angeles and Atlanta, with microcosmic ingredients that are non-irritating and safe for sensitive skin. Got fruit flies? The FlyPunch! Fruit Fly Trap is super-easy to use. Just open it up, and you’re all set.
BugBand DEET-free bug repellants
In place of harsh chemicals, BugBand’s products use “geraniol” (a geranium-derived essential oil). And all of its products, including wristbands, pump spray, towelettes, bead bags, and portable diffusers, are manufactured, packaged and distributed from BugBand’s headquarters approximately 45 miles outside Atlanta. if you’re looking for more natural ways to repel pesky insects, here are 15 chemical-free ways to keep bugs at bay.
Covered Goods Nursing Cover
Is it a nursing cover? Or a scarf? Or a car seat-cover? Or a shopping cart nest? It’s actually all of the above. Whatever you use the Covered Goods nursing cover for, you can be sure it was designed and made right here by Covered Goods in the Los Angeles area. Find out the 12 baby gifts you’ll regret registering for.
Pampers Easy-Up Training Pants
If you’re in the market for American-made diapers, you’re in luck because most disposable diapers are, in fact, made in the USA, including all Pampers diapers and its Easy-Ups Training Pants.
Lincoln Logs – 100th Anniversary Tin
Though they are the quintessential American toy and originated in the United States, Lincoln Logs were once manufactured outside the country. Their manufacturing was brought home after K’NEX licensed the brand in 1999. This 100th Anniversary Tin contains 111 all-wood pieces.
Little Tikes Cozy Coupe 30th Anniversary Car
Made entirely in the United States, the Little Tykes Cozy Coupe has been taking kids on adventures for three decades now, and this 30th Anniversary Edition Cozy Coupe, celebrates that long American history. Not all Little Tikes toys are made in the USA, but you can be sure that this one is made in Hudson, Ohio.
Crayola Crayons Ultimate Crayon Collection
Crayola is an American company that began as Binney & Smith in New York and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Hallmark Greeting Card Company, based in Missouri. Most importantly, virtually all Crayola crayons, including this Ultimate Crayon Collection, are made in the USA, and primarily in Pennsylvania.
Springbok Sweettooth Jigsaw Puzzle
One of the oldest and most respected jigsaw puzzle brands, Springbok has been making jigsaw puzzles like this 500-piece Sweet Tooth puzzle in Kansas City, Missouri since 1963.
Maple Landmark Chatterblocks
Maple Landmark is a wooden products company located in Middlebury, Vermont where it does all its manufacturing using wood sourced from the Northeast, primarily Vermont. Its products are unique and creative, including these adorable “Home Sweet Home” blocks.
Hand-carved wood pen
This Southwest Palo Verde wood pen made by Arizona artisan wood crafter, Jackrabbit Turning, is made of native wood discarded after a tree trimming. “Who knew that a dead piece of wood could result in such a beautiful pen?” the artisan writes.
Handmade charm beads
These handmade beads are compatible with all the popular name-brand add-a-bead style charm bracelets, but you can be sure they’re made in the USA because they’re handcrafted in Kentucky by artist May Tagher.
Smiling moon face necklace
This entire pendant was handcrafted by a Louisiana artisan of white and yellow gold, and the turquoise carving of the “Smiling Moon Face” was handset in the bezel setting.
Men’s silver bracelet
This silver bracelet featuring a bucking horse was designed and crafted by a Wyoming artist (Wyoming Creative) at her home studio in Wyoming.
Holtz Leather Handcrafted Journal
Crimson Tide fan will flip for this handcrafted leather journal. It’s an officially-licensed University of Alabama product and is engraved with the University of Alabama logo, and it can be monogrammed with your initials. It’s made in—you guessed it—Alabama.
Jersey Shore greeting cards
These uniquely New Jersey greeting cards beautifully depict scenes from the Jersey Shore (including the famous Seaside Heights boardwalk), and all the photographs were taken by New Leaf Photography, a New Jersey photography studio.
Handmade tea towels
These “Happiness is Homemade” tea towels are handmade in Cranbury, New Jersey and feature the calligraphy of artist Alyssa Thiel. “By shopping with our small family-owned business, you make the decision to support fair trade artisans here within our local community,” Thiel says. Check out these amazing products you can only get at CVS.
Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick
Lip color made in the USA? Yes, please—especially when it works harder and smarter, like these Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipsticks. The full-coverage color lasts for 12 hours, contains hydrating vitamin E and avocado oil, and come in an impressive range of 28 colors.
Darn Tough Socks
Darn Tough socks have a right to call themselves that because as they told Reader’s Digest, they test all their Vermont-designed, Vermont-knitted socks in their own backyard on Northfield, Vermont. “We ski, snowboard, hike, bike, and run in the most unforgiving climate in the lower 48.” The socks come with a lifetime guarantee.
Whether sourcing wool from sheep farms in Montana, collaborating with lead sock developers in Chattanooga, or working with North and South Carolina sock mills, FITS Socks’ manufacturing process emphasizes all that American has to offer. This pair of FITS Socks women’s running socks is meant to disappear when you put your sneakers on, but they’re so cute, why would you want them to?
Michael Stars T-shirt
Michaels Stars one-size-fits-most T-shirts are designed in Los Angeles and made in the USA with American-grown cotton. No wonder the line is a hit with the women across the country. This double-layer v-neck long-sleeved t-shirt is destined to be your next wardrobe staple.
Hanky Panky Lingerie
Hanky Panky has been manufacturing lingerie in the Northeast. “Manufacturing locally saves time, fuel, and shipping costs, thus drastically reducing the generation of CO2,” they say. “It also keeps our factories where we can see them, allowing us to monitor both the quality of our products and the working conditions.”
Riedell Figure Skates
Paul Riedell and his wife Sophie founded the Riedell company in Red Wing, Minnesota more than 70 years ago with one goal in mind: to produce the finest quality skates available in the world. Today, they’re still making ice skates in Red Wing, and Paul’s four grandsons are among the 100 skilled employees involved in the manufacturing process, which involves as many as 125 production steps!
Did you know that the footballs used by the NFL are all made in the USA? This Wilson football just happens to be the preferred ball of over 180 NCAA programs and 37 high school football state associations.
Titleist Golf Balls
Titleist golf balls came to be after a well-stroked putt ended up going astray. The golfer checked the ball only to discover its core was off center. Finding that unacceptable, the golfer came up with the idea for Titleist, which has been making well-centered golf balls that are known to fly true for over 80 years now.
Nokona Baseball Mitts
Since 1934, Nokona has been making baseball mitts in the USA. This one provides great stability, flexibility, and durability and breaks in easily.
These classic guitars are made in two of America’s greatest musical cities—Nashville and Memphis. This Maestro guitar starter package will help you become the rocking musician you’ve always dreamed of.
ODE Olive Oil Body Balm
The olive oil that’s the key ingredient in this line of hydrating body products is harvested in the traditional Tuscan style—on the McEvoy Ranch in Northern California. The rich balm is 97 percent organic and features a moisturizing blend of olive and jojoba oils, beeswax, and vitamin E. It’s available in four delicious scents Bohemian rose, citrus oro, lavender, and verde.
Scott Fly-Fishing Rods
Each and every Scott fly fishing rod is personally handcrafted at the company’s shop in Montrose, Colorado, and you’ll find one that’s perfect for your level of fishing experience. (This one is for a more-experienced fly fisher.) Outdoor lovers will want to check out these national parks that are practically secret.
Roto Metals Fishing Rod Holder
This Ohio-made adjustable-swivel fishing rod holder was tested to withstand extreme forces and is used by anglers for a wide variety of game fish. As a very American-touch, it features a cup holder, too.
Diamond Gear Belay Bag
All Diamond Brand Gear bags and packs are crafted entirely in North and South Carolina. This Belay Bag uses upcycled materials and features a laptop sleeve and front pockets large enough to store a 32-ounce water bottle, wine bottle, or growler, making it perfect for a day hike and trip to the local brewery.
Oska Pulse Electromagnetic Pulse Therapy Device
By assisting the release of the body’s natural endorphins, Oska Pulse is designed to reduce pain, promote increased range of motion, dilate blood vessels, reduce inflammation, and increase blood flow. Equally important, Oska Pulse designs and manufactures its products in Clear Lake, South Dakota.
Soapwalla Vegan Deodorant Cream
All of Soapwalla’s skincare products are made in the Soapwalla Kitchen in New York City. Founder, Rachel Winard, conceived of the line when she was struggling to find skincare products that didn’t aggravate her sensitive skin issues (due to chronic lupus). With vegetable powders and clay, plus lavender, peppermint, and tea tree oils, you’ll always smell clean and fresh.
Simply Purefect Soap
This Shave & a Haircut Men’s Goat Milk Soap includes amazing smelling soap for men to wash off with after a shave, all of which are made in Oklahoma by Simply Purefect Soapmaking. All of Simply Purefect’s skincare products are made “with skin-loving ingredients and handcrafted with love.”
Beard Mountain Original Beard Potion
Beard Mountain Original Beard Potion is crafted in Montana in small batches with essential oils, including grapeseed, bergamot, mint, and pine. It’s formulated to promote growth and health of the beard and skin, without itching.
Mountaineer Brand Beard Grooming Kit
All Mountaineer Brand products are handcrafted in West Virginia. This Beard Grooming Kit, which consists of Timber Beard Oil, Timber Beard Wash, and Magic Beard Balm, all wrapped up in a burlap bag with a brush, contains everything a guy needs to start a beard and keep it looking epic.
Monkey Farts Soap
The Corner Handmade makes its soaps, including this jokingly-named Monkey Farts Soap Bar, using the traditional cold process method in small batches in a home studio in Massachusetts. The Corner Handmade also makes skincare products for pets! You’ll wish you had bought these hidden gems on Amazon a long time ago.
North Woods Soap Botanical Cologne
North Woods Soap products are made in Maine by an artisan via “a unique process that prioritizes cleanliness, precision, and safety.” Its Woods Boss is crafted with essential oils, is phthalate-free, and smells like everything you love about the outdoors.
Southern Magnolia Mineral Cosmetics
Looking for an American-made, American-sourced line of cosmetics? You’ll find it in Southern Magnolia, whose entire mineral makeup line is made in Kentucky and promises all-natural, gluten-free, mineral makeup that “hides your flaws, not your face.” Its Full Coverage Matte Mineral Foundation is a favorite.
Smile Box Tooth Whitening System
Developed by a seasoned dentist right and made in the USA, Smile Box is designed to bring a safe, zero sensitivity daily whitening solution to your door with guaranteed results or your money back.
Tom’s of Maine Toothpaste
Toms of Maine began in 1968 when Tom and Kate Chappell moved to Maine in search of a healthier, simpler life for their family, and they couldn’t find personal care products that were as natural as they’d hoped. So they made the products themselves. Today all of Tom’s of Maine toothpaste (as well as their stick deodorant) is still manufactured in Sanford, Maine.
Golden Blossom Honey
Golden Blossom has made their Golden Blossom Honey since 1921 with a unique blend of three different kinds of honey (orange blossom, sage buckwheat, and extra white clover) creating their signature flavor, and it’s sourced exclusively from U.S. beekeepers.
NECCO is the oldest operating candy company in the United States, and its most iconic product is NECCO Wafers, which have been made in New England since 1847. NECCO Wafers also makes conversation hearts.
Moon Pies (a graham cracker and marshmallow cookie sandwich dipped in a candy coating) were created in 1917 at the suggestion of a Kentucky miner and have been made in Chattanooga, Tennessee ever since. A nostalgic Southern treat, they’re beloved everywhere. This tub contains 36 Moon Pies, in three different flavors (chocolate, banana, and vanilla).
Bittermilk Charred Grapefruit Tonic Cocktail Mix
This uniquely flavored cocktail mix is handcrafted and bottled in South Carolina using premium, all-natural ingredients. Each bottle makes about 17 cocktails (using one part mixer, one part spirit, and one part soda water over ice). Cheers!
Wondermade Marshmallow Candy
Made from scratch and “with love” in Sanford Florida, Wondermade marshmallow candy began as a gift from co-founder Nathan Clark, to his wife: a candy thermometer and a recipe for marshmallows. Seven years and a million marshmallows later, they’re still made in Florida. They come in a huge variety of flavors, including s’mores, orangesicle, key lime pie, birthday cake, cookies and cream, and pina colada, and are shipped all around the world. Don’t miss these candy factories around America that you can visit.
Peeps Marshmallow Candy
Peeps are animal-shaped marshmallow candies that are manufactured in Pennsylvania and have been since 1953. The yellow Peeps chicks were the original form, but they come in a variety of shapes, colors, and flavors, including bubble gum, red velvet, and cotton candy. Check out these brilliant buys on Amazon with practically perfect reviews.
Wyoming Gourmet Beef
All of the beef products sold by Wyoming Gourmet Beef, including this all-natural, Angus hickory stick, are grown exclusively on Wyoming ranches and are nitrate-free, hormone-free, and gluten-free.
“See the USA in a Chevrolet,” goes the old slogan, and it turns out that no car is more associated with America than the Chevrolet Corvette, at least according to a study conducted by American University in Washington, D.C. Built in Bowling Green, Kentucky since the 1980s (with a gearbox made in Toledo, Ohio, Consumer Reports has called the Corvette one of the ten best cars that are still made in the USA. And these are the most trusted brands in America.
Tesla Model 3
It’s impossible to discuss American-made products without giving a shout-out to Tesla, which is one of the few car makers to manufacture exclusively in America. According to a company spokesperson, their cars are made in their Fremont, California factory and the seats, something that’s typically outsourced for car companies, are made at their seat factory which is also in Fremont. One exception: Tesla’s batteries, which are made in…Sparks, Nevada. Think Teslas are super-expensive? While some of them are, the Tesla Model 3 starts at $35,000.
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