Supporting Communities and Growing Jobs
Walmart is making a $250 billion commitment to American manufacturing through 2023, creating new jobs across communities like yours.
Watch the American Dream Work at this Utah Company
Lifetime started with a husband and wife’s desire to build a better basketball hoop. Their passion and innovation expanded into a business whose name reflects its mission: to build durable, lasting products for families.
The Science of Making Old Clothes New Again
Typically, people associate recycling with materials like paper, plastic, glass and aluminum. But with the help of a new grant from the Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund, Cornell University is pursuing an often-overlooked recycling opportunity: textiles.
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Meet the Fishpeople Keeping Seafood, and Jobs, Local
Delivering seafood that’s caught and processed in the Pacific Northwest is a source of pride for the fishermen aboard the Sunset Charge. From sunrise to sunset this crew gathers by hand, taking only what is needed.
At Walmart, we believe in making a difference on the issues our customers and communities care about. We believe we can create more American jobs by supporting more American manufacturing. Jump-starting the manufacturing industry and rebuilding the middle class requires a national effort by companies, industry leaders, lawmakers and others.Learn More
By committing to source more products made, assembled or grown in the U.S., Walmart is supporting the communities we serve in more ways than one.
Many restless nights for a couple whose infants suffered respiratory problems led them to engineer a solution – bringing peace of mind to their home, and manufacturing work to America.
Last year, Bill Nictakis was preparing to settle into retirement – until he was presented with the opportunity to purchase a company that would employ 340 American steel workers.
Twenty years ago, Frey Farms added pumpkins to the produce that they sold at Walmart stores in Illinois. Today, the Freys employ more than 500 American workers seasonally.
Jeanne James’ memories of using Spoolies hair curlers as a young girl inspired her to revamp this once-popular brand, this time with a commitment to U.S. manufacturing.