It works like a “Made in the USA” filter for Amazon.com!
You no longer need to go to a separate site to figure out where something you are looking at comes from, you just shop online as you normally would.
You can trust our huge product list!
We have researched and cataloged more than 100,000 products that are made in the USA and we highlight them on Amazon. If you want to buy American, install our extension and see how easy it is to support your local industries while shopping online.
Helping people stop buying Chinese Products
A big part of the motivation for starting was to limit the amount of Chinese goods the founding team bought. We are really unhappy with their behavior and don’t want any of our money to end up there.
Thousands of retailers
We have more than 100,000 Amazon listings identified as U.S. made.
What does American made mean to us?
Apr 30, 2020
How we research
May 13, 2020
We are a group of people who got really concerned about where the products we purchased were coming from. We decided we wanted to find a way to easily allow us to buy things made in places and standards we agreed with. Environmentally, labor and politically, we didn’t want our money supporting things we didn’t agree with, and it was too difficult to research every item we bought. We started working on a database and stumbled onto the extension idea, a way to show people where their items come from without disrupting their normal shopping methods, and so Buylocalized was born.
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