Made in the USA lamps. Page elements, such as breadcrumb navigation, an American flag, and “Made in USA Lighting” messaging confirm that I'm in the right place (Figure 3). lampusa-landing-page Figure 3: LampsUSA landing page However, I have learned (through much trial and error) that you must verify that a product is actually made in the USA, as some companies will say "made" when the product can only be designed or assembled in the States -United. (One company whose products I was very interested in said, "
All products designed in our factory in the United States and manufactured by our trusted partner." was a company in another country.) The country of manufacture is extremely important, because in order to declare a product to be "Made in the USA", a company must comply with the Federal Trade Commission's Made in USA standard, in that "the product jewelry retouching service must be “almost everything” everything is “made in the United States”. To confirm country of manufacture, I spend a lot of time reading product descriptions and About Company pages. Clicking on the first lamp listed on the LampsUSA page,
I see the American flag and the caption “Made in USA” (Figure 4), as well as “Made in USA” in the product description. If I wanted to be very sure, I would have to visit the brand's website. lamps-products-usa Figure 4: LampsUSA product page showing “Made in USA” information Bellacor When I click on Bellacor's organic listing, I'm taken to a similar "Made in USA Lamps" landing page. It also includes helpful navigational elements and copy that lets me know I'm in the right place (Figure 5). bellacor-landing-page Figure 5: Bellacor