One important part of the buy local movement, incorporates clothes and items as well as food. But where do you find said clothes, and are they good? This page is dedicated to all the companies I’ve found in my search to buy made in USA. Furthermore, remember, you don’t have to buy something new. You can buy resale to use what is already made. You can repair what you have, and you don’t need a new outfit every time you go out. You can also DIY and buy experiences to support the local economy. All about a sustainable Made in USA Christmas here. Here are a few reasons as to why it makes a difference, and if you have any suggestions yourself, please comment!
Note: GneissSpice is a little spice company run by Beth up in western Maine, USA. I am very much a repeat customer! These racks and spices are beautiful, tasty, classy, and major space savers. A bit of a splurge, but a gift you can ensure will be appreciated, used, and well made. If you are short on cash, you can always buy the jars, fill them yourself, and install them on your fridge!
As well as having great animal ethics, PETA has great manufacturing ethics, and makes 98% of their goods right here in the USA!
Groupon is a great made in USA resource if you simply type into the search bar, Made in USA.
For all things Portland and hipster! Like made in USA beans and plaid!
Good work out gear. (Review of WODGEAR)
REI.com, and search made in the USA
https://www.thegrommet.com/, search made in the USA
Amazon.com, search for Intouch made in USA, or NIKIBIKI made in usa