Made in America: Mom-and-Pop Manufacturers

For more than two decades, small American manufacturers have been going out of business. However, that’s all changing as more mom-and-pop manufacturers are staging comebacks. As part of NBR’s “Made in America” series, Phil LeBeau takes a look at one cabinet maker that is undergoing a renaissance.

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  1. K. Anderson says:

    One sector where it is crucial to know where the product is made is food. From wine, to coffee, cheese, produce, meat, and even baby formula, consumers are very particular about where are food comes from. Agriculture, like otheindustries, was in decline in the U.S., with the brunt of the decline being shouldered by family farms. I would love to see NBR make a trip to the supermarket to survey where the food products on the shelves are from.

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