The UPC barcode myth for Country of Origin Can you tell if an item is Made in USA from the UPC barcode? No. It is FALSE that you can see where a product was manufactured from the barcode. We’ll show you why it is false below.
About Valerie Uhlir
Valerie is an award-winning, executive with a passion and talent for accelerating new businesses, shaping marketing strategy, developing go-to-market plans, building organizational process and mentoring talent. Valerie serves as our Chief Marketing Officer, guiding our branding, storytelling, and marketing strategy. In addition to serving as our CMO, she runs Ethereal Innovations – a boutique marketing agency based in Atlanta.
Just because your beef is stamped ”USDA” does not mean that it came from cattle in the USA. What does the USDA stamp mean? Hint, it’s not Made in America. Read to change that.
Beyond the Memorial Day sales and 3 day weekend – Memorial Day holds great importance in the hearts of Americans. We were founded on a great love and passion for freedom and that freedom comes at a price.
There is so much discussion these days around the MADE IN USA label. What does it take to use the label “Made in USA” and can you trust the label when you see it?
Read our latest feature interview in our series 5 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Started Out. Today, we sit down with Chuck Cain, Senior Partner of Harvard Group International.
We cannot complain about the lack of jobs in the U.S. when we continue to purchase Chinese and other foreign products. The only way to reverse the trend and bring tax dollars back is to BUY MADE IN USA products.“How do I do that when everything is Chinese?” Answer: Most individual items DO have Made […]