Supporting Communities and Growing Jobs
Walmart is making a $250 billion commitment to American manufacturing through 2023, creating new jobs across communities like yours.
To Create the Perfect Dog Bone, an Inventor Found Inspiration at Home
When no dog bone could hold up to the chewing of LeeBob Willingham’s bulldog, he invented a new one that broke the mold. This engineer’s passion for innovative solutions turned a small project into a national business.
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Say Hello to a Unique NJ Toothpaste Company
The founder of Hello Products knows that it’s often small details that make the difference between the mundane and the magical. To “elevate the everyday,” this New Jersey-based entrepreneur built his brand out of beautiful, thoughtful design.
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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.
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.Read the Roadmap
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.
When this mechanical engineer ran into a problem, he did what he’s always done: created a solution. His latest invention is designed to odd jobs a little easier.
Forbes sent a film crew to Walmart’s home office to capture the excitement as suppliers pitched hundreds of products at the annual U.S. Manufacturing Open Call.
In a family business, everybody works – all the time. This chairman grew up surrounded by the company her father and grandfather created: Ruiz Food Products, Inc.
Getting dressed each morning is a simple, routine act, but the process of making many of the clothes that fill our closets is anything but.