The proposed 20 percent tariff on Mexican imports will almost certainly impact American wallets if it's passed, but that impact may be on products that will surprise you. While staples like fruit, vegetables and beer, all among the chief products our neighbor to the South sends our way, have been widely discussed, there are a number of other everyday products that could be impacted.
Mexico is a manufacturing hub that many companies use extensively. And should the tax be approved, it could boost those costs, unless corporations adjust their distribution lines or relocate their plants.
Here's a list of some of the products and brands that depend, at least partially, on Mexico to get their goods out to consumers around the world.