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We’ve made a $250 billion commitment to products made, grown or assembled in America, creating an estimated 1 million new jobs.*
  • Made In America
    We’ve made a $250 billion commitment to products made, grown or assembled in America, creating an estimated 1 million new jobs.
    Made In America
    We’ve made a $250 billion commitment to products made, grown or assembled in America, creating an estimated 1 million new jobs.
  • Joe’s Gourmet Fish Fry
    We’re proud that Joe’s Gourmet is one of the products either made, grown or assembled in America.
    Joe’s Gourmet Fish Fry
    We’re proud that Joe’s Gourmet is one of the products either made, grown or assembled in America.
  • Sweety Ice Cream
    We’re proud that Sweety Ice Cream is one of the products either made, grown or assembled in America.
    Sweety Ice Cream
    We’re proud that Sweety Ice Cream is one of the products either made, grown or assembled in America.
  • Sazerac: Distilling the American Spirit
    Whiskey-makers Sazerac distilled the American “spirit” by making hand sanitizer when the country needed it. Watch The Huddle with John Furner for the story.
    Sazerac: Distilling the American Spirit
    Whiskey-makers Sazerac distilled the American “spirit” by making hand sanitizer when the country needed it. Watch The Huddle with John Furner for the story.
  • Joa: Changing Diapers for Facemasks
    From covering babies to covering faces, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, manufacturer Joa converted machines made to produce diapers into facemask factories.
    Joa: Changing Diapers for Facemasks
    From covering babies to covering faces, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, manufacturer Joa converted machines made to produce diapers into facemask factories.
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U.S. Manufacturing Answers the Call

Supporting communities means adapting to changing needs, and customer needs changed quite a bit during the spring of 2020 as the risks of contracting COVID-19 grew.

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Open Call Event 2020

Our first-ever all-virtual Open Call proved that our commitment to American jobs is as important as ever. Relive this year’s event.

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Unfiltered Pride in a Job Well Done

Learn how an added production line for filters created an opportunity for one 3M employee.

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Policy Roadmap

Since 2013, Walmart has been committed to breaking down barriers to creating manufacturing work in the U.S. Using new research from The Boston Consulting Group, we released a policy roadmap to help other retailers create American jobs.

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US Manufacturing

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.

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* Walmart’s $250 billion commitment between 2013 and 2023 is estimated to create over 1 million jobs based on estimates by Boston Consulting Group.

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