Five “American” Products That Aren’t as American as You Think

american flag1 Five American Products That Arent as American as You Think

As you might have heard, Yuengling is now the largest American-owned and operated brewery in the country . . . because Budweiser and MillerCoors are both owned by foreign companies.

But it doesn’t stop there.

#1.)  Rawlings Baseballs.  They’ve been the official ball of the major leagues since 1977, but they’ve never actually been made in the U.S.

Rawlings was founded in St. Louis in 1887, but moved their baseball manufacturing plant to Puerto Rico in 1969.

  • Barry Marks

    What makes you think that Puerto Rico is not American.

    • Maria Knight

      Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States. As I understand it, the article was talking about things made in the United States, as in “the states.” – Tom and Maria

      • Barry Marks

        They are still American citizens and can hardly be considered a foreigh country to which a manufactring facility has been moved.

        I think whoever wrote the article owes them an apology.

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