ABC News Has Inspired Viewers to ask "Where are my household products made?"
All last week, ABC World News spotlighted "Made in America." In addition to filling a suburban U.S. home entirely with "100 percent American-made products," ABC's news team visited several domestic American companies to look at the future of U.S. manufacturing.
ABC's segment have been particularly impressive because of the impact they had on viewers. Many submitted their own videos, exploring what, if any, household products were Made in USA.
We thought we'd include a family clip-- one mother asking her enthusiastic daughter to inspect the contents of their living room, kitchen, etc. Watch the full clip below. PS: You can submit your own clips to ABC. Click here for more information.
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