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“Everyone is seeing upward pressure on raw materials,” Ross Brown, Brown Sales Corp. says. “The increased price of foam, for instance, is on our radar. About half of our customers use foam. Some may decide they don’t need a foam piece in their products. In such a highly competitive marketplace we have to find ways to serve customers and give them a reason to buy American and buy from us.”

We’ve always been devoted to manufacturing in the U.S.,” says Josh Levin of LympheDIVAs. “One of the few American-owned mills we found was Carolon in Rural Hall, N.C. Larry Reed believed in what we were doing. He invested in additional equipment, namely a $100,000 knitting machine, and we were in business.”

“Our products are manufactured in the U.S. and we believe in building domestic manufacturing and raw material sources,” Debra Aperfine, Chameleon Intl. says. “We’re also exploring biodegradable polymers and more energy-efficient production.”

Dara Syrkin is a freelance writer based in Minneapolis, Minn.

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