Are you inspired by our "Made in America" series to buy products made in the U.S.A? These websites are devoted to American companies or to sourcing where the everyday products you use are from. Use the links below and our interactive map to find companies near you.
Launched on July 4, 2010, USAonly lists companies that make their products here in the United States. With emphasis on smaller, mom-and-pop companies, the website currently features 320 companies. The website is interactive and keeps track of how many employed Americans are represented by the companies listed.
Etsy.com is a community of artisans and artists that sell their products in an online marketplace. Products in categories like jewelry, furniture, and "geekery" are available for purchase. Each description links to the artisan's profile, where you can learn more about their designs and career.
The MIT Media Lab created Sourcemap as a database and tool for everyone to use to find out where all the products in their everyday life come from. From Mangoes to Levi Jeans the program allows you to trave the orgin of what you buy and also add the source information for other products you have researched.
StillMadeInUSA is a directory of American-made products. Click on a category and you'll be directed to links to companies across the country manufacturing in the United States. Each link includes a description of the company and lets you know where it's located.
MadeByYankees.net has a database with nearly 3,000 products that are made in the United States, listed by manufacturer. Only the listed products are made in America. The manufacturer also may sell products made outside of the United States.
The Made in the USA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that promotes products manufactured and assembled in America. Clicking on "Shop USA" brings you to a category list where you can access links to companies' websites.