MADE IN USA. Why not SAY that on product. I've stopped buying anything without that made clear.

asked on August 19, 2014

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I agree! Maybe they will start showing this on their products as a sense of Pride to the folks trying hard to buy USA products only. Incidently my 2 dogs adore these snacks.
Sandra Watrous
· August 21, 2014
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The picture of the tub clearly shows "Produced in Buffalo, New York, USA", with stars and stripes. Unfortunately, law allows items that have a majority percent of the product made in USA, to still be labeled "Made in USA" (51% USA, 49% China, for example). Don't quote me on those percentages though, I'm not a lawyer, … see more The picture of the tub clearly shows "Produced in Buffalo, New York, USA", with stars and stripes. Unfortunately, law allows items that have a majority percent of the product made in USA, to still be labeled "Made in USA" (51% USA, 49% China, for example). Don't quote me on those percentages though, I'm not a lawyer, it's just an example.
Where a product is made is not MY number one concern, I put trust in the company and value of the product above country of origin. In the past, I've bought US made products online from no-name companies that turned out to be complete crap. On the other hand, 100% of Apple's products are made 100% in China, yet Apple remains one of America's top brands.
I wonder how many people answering/commenting on this question own an "I something or other"? I don't- and never will, unless Apple lowers their prices to align with other top brands that sell 100% China made products like Samsung, Dell, Kindle, etc. see less
The picture of the tub clearly shows "Produced in Buffalo, New York, USA", with stars and stripes. Unfortunately, law allows items that have a majority percent of the product made in USA, to still be labeled "Made in USA" (51% USA, 49% China, for example). Don't quote me on those percentages though, I'm not a lawyer, it's just an example.
Where a product is made is not MY number one concern, I put trust in the company and value of the product above country of origin. In the past, I've bought US made products online from no-name companies that turned out to be complete crap. On the other hand, 100% of Apple's products are made 100% in China, yet Apple remains one of America's top brands.
I wonder how many people answering/commenting on this question own an "I something or other"? I don't- and never will, unless Apple lowers their prices to align with other top brands that sell 100% China made products like Samsung, Dell, Kindle, etc.

Tony M.
· September 18, 2015
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Actually all of the boxes/containers that I can see (different sizes and flavors) clearly state "Produced in Buffalo, New York" at the bottom of the container, surrounded by an American flag. Maybe this is new, as your posted question is now 3 years old... ;)
LS Echo
· November 7, 2017
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