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Karen Goldner

Perhaps they meant that the BABY was made in the USA.


Dave Sanders

We need bigger standardized labels that not only show where the product is made, but it's approximate distance. I think we should stamp big green stickers on any product made within 100 miles to encourage local commerce.

While were at it, let's label which "American" companies are not paying taxes on the profit from the item, and how much the kids in the Chinese sweatshop earned to make the product. Then maybe Americans would dramatically change their buying habits, and we'd stop shopping by perceived price and change to actual cost...

Andrew Jarosh

Americans are not dramatically ever going to change their buying habits. They are in love with Walmart and its cheap products. And most of those are made in countries that pay cooley wages.

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