Fake 'Made in the USA' cases have increased dramatically since 2016. Here's why.

Published August 14, 2022

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An article in USA Today featured Charles Lindsey who discussed fake Made-in-the-USA clothing. A Harris Poll and Retail Brew survey last month showed that 71% of Americans intentionally purchased American products and nearly half of those polled would be willing to pay up to 20% more for American-made products, according to the article. “I think ultimately there was a fear if you don’t enforce it, ultimately it becomes meaningless and consumers might not be willing to pay more,” Lindsey said. “I think there was a lot of pressure because of that to maintain the integrity of what it means because research shows, surveys show it’s so valuable.” 

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