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The Tip is 'Keep eyes open'

After reading an article about items made in America I thought about how many times I make purchases without thinking.  I'm usually focused on budget and needs. Prior to reading this article on made in the USA products, I rarely thought about the importance of buying made in USA products.  This helps create jobs in our country. Now I keep my eyes open and I am surprised how easy it is to find American products.  It only takes a few seconds to look. 

Now I make a point when I am shopping to search for made in America brands.  By doing so, I'm able to identify more and more what products are made in America.  Even with my eyes open to made in USA I can get discouraged.  Sometimes store clerks don't know the country of origin which can be frustrating.  If this happens use your eyes to find the origin information yourself.  Look at the labels and when you find a Made in USA product tell the clerk so the next time they are asked they will know.

Also, when the label is not easily seen I use the other made in America buying tips to help me find made in USA. If the store doesn't carry what you are looking for, use Made in America Secrets to find it and tell the manager about your experience at their store. 

When enough people are asking for made in the USA products, more stores will begin to carry products that are made here.  This technique does work.  I also pick and choose the stores I visit.  I do this because I have found that some stores are made in America friendly while others are not.  Keep your eyes open for the made in USA label and pretty soon you will be able to identify which products are made in the USA. 

Buying Tip Continued - Read more on Made in America Products by Wolfgang

Wolfgang Candy Company, a fourth generation family business, was founded by Delphy Eli and Mima Mae Wolfgang, and their eldest son Paul, in 1921 as D.E. Wolfgang Candy Company. The business started in the cellar of the family home on Latimer Street in North York, Pennsylvania. As the business grew, Paul's four siblings joined the business. His brother Robert and his sister Louise began to produce Wolfgang's variety of hand dipped chocolates. The other siblings, Glenn and Ruby, when they were about 10 years old, started to sell Wolfgang's chocolates at local football games and community functions. The company's first significant customers were the North York High School and a Sunday School Class of the Fifth United Brethren Church in North York. These two organizations re-sold Wolfgang chocolates to raise funds for their school and church. Wolfgang Candy Company recognized the opportunity to utilize chocolates in school and church fundraising and quickly developed and grew this business.

Along with the growth in fundraising, the company expanded and began selling it's chocolates at local farmers' markets in York, Hanover, Harrisburg, Columbia and Lancaster, PA. And soon after, the company expanded distribution into traditional grocery stores in the central Pennsylvania area. The company's candy making facilities expanded from the cellar of Latimer Street and eventually took over much of the house. Over the years, continued growth required a number of expansions to the original house. The company later purchased additional buildings for production within the North York neighborhood. Wolfgang's continued success led to its incorporation in 1968 and was owned by the original five children of Delphy Eli and Mimi Mae Wolfgang. Over the years, the company's list of shareholders grew to include four grandchildren and eventually a number of great grandchildren.

In 2012 the company was purchased by the Stillman Family Businesses, in partnership with the company's executive management team, including Andy Jacobs, Bruce Limpert, and fourth generation family members and great-grandsons of Delphy and Mimi Mae, Benjamin and Brad McGlaughlin. Dennis McGlaughlin, Benjamin and Brad's father, retired from the company after working in the confectionery kitchen at Wolfgang for 34 years, has joined the ownership team and serves on the Board of Directors.

What began in the cellar of the family home on Latimer Street in North York, has grown, step-by-step, building addition after building addition. Today, the company's candy shop is located in Wolfgang's Das Sweeten Haus Center in York, PA. The company maintains the oldest candy fundraising business in the U.S., is growing and developing a line of Wolfgang branded chocolates in traditional Food, Drug, and Mass retailers, and also, produces private label confections and cookies for many national retailers and provides contract manufacturing for many large snack and other confections companies throughout the Northeast.

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