This fall we are proud to showcase our latest initiative, which has been to significantly expand the number of products in our line that can be designated as Made in the USA.
So what does this mean?
Before adding the “Made in the USA!” symbol to our products, our marketing and product development teams had some homework to do. Specifically, they had to ensure that products designated as Made in the USA were in full compliance with the FTC’s requirement that a product be all or virtually all made in the United States. This means that not only must the product be assembled in the US, but all of the individual components of the product need to be produced here too. Read the rest of this entry »