It's pretty hard to escape the "Made in China" or "Made in Mexico" stamp on products these days. Imports of goods and services in 2014 topped $2.85 trillion, making the country the world's second-largest importer (behind the European Union).
In fact, some of the most iconic products associated with America aren't made here. Rawlings baseballs are made in Costa Rica, the Radio Flyer little red wagon has been made in China since 2004, and Chuck Taylor All Star shoes are now imported from China, Thailand and India.
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But sometimes companies will surprise you. Products that you might assume are made overseas are actually manufactured domestically. Here are 10 products you might think are imported but are actually created right here.
By Chris Morris
Posted 18 June 2015