Transcript for Delicious foods to share this holiday season
Finally, made in America Christmas is back. And tonight, your ideas. Keep them coming. You've already hit a sweet spot. Jeffersonville, Vermont. Julie Daniels and her family sendings their one thing. Hi, David. We're doing some quick Christmas shopping. Look at the snow. Picked up some of our favorite runamoc maple syrup. 750 bottles an hour. Made in America! Woo! And there's beecher's cheese. We remember the FedEx man right there, his busiest time of the year. His Christmas deliveries. They sell cheese from all over America. So, this is the cheese counter. It is. 40 new hires since our first report on beecher. Seas up 40%. Can you rattle off the states? Wisconsin, Minnesota, Washington, Oregon, Vermont, new York. Texas. I mean, come on. Can't forget Texas. The workers say, don't forget the American farmer this Christmas. They suited me up. This was milk, just 30 minutes ago. On its way. You want to flip -- how was that? That's it. And from beecher's cheese to another American recipe for Christmas. Otis spunk Mier cookies. Baking 20 million pounds of cookies for the holidays. The best thing is, when my kids say, hey, my dad makes that. And who knew that redi-whip was whipped up in America. Ho ho ho. Dad, what are you doing? Made in Indiana at fair oaks dairy farm, family owned. That cream then shipped to Indianapolis, where 100 workers mix it. 360,000 cans of day. I have a strong sense of pride. We make it here in Indianapolis. They make it with three words in mind this Christmas. Made in America! Making me hungry. Keep tweeting me your ideas. I'm David Muir. We'll see you right back here tomorrow.
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