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Honored Contributor
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Registered: ‎04-28-2010

Re: List country of origin please

In a semi-perfect world, it would be very nice if we were able to choose from, say, 30 percent of items made in the USA.  

 

It would be a start.

 

Of course, keep in mind that I'm from an era when most things were made here.  

Imported clothing and accessories were unique and slightly more expensive.  Shoes made in Italy and Spain, etc.

 

Quality was a major feature of most items.  Not only clothing, but appliances, and almost everything else.

 

Well, let's hope for the best.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Super Contributor
Posts: 346
Registered: ‎04-07-2010

Re: List country of origin please

Agreed.  QVC lists 'importet' that's not enough..  Dress sizes are different depending on where it's made.  Quality is also different. 

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Registered: ‎12-01-2018

Re: List country of origin please

I totally agree that consumers have the right to know where products they intend to buy are made.  This used to be included.  Please reinstate this information for each product.

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Re: List country of origin please

ITA  with Q giving us the country of origin.  It does matter to me with jewelry, gold is done differently from country to country.  Even the color of gold varies.  Some may even feel so strongly that they may return an item based on where it is from.  

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Re: List country of origin please

When I mentioned My Pillow sheets, a person reminded me that those Giza sheets' fabric (Giza Cotton) is the imported part (from Giza).  A very nice, unique cotton fabric.

 

So, I'm thinking they are assembled here in the US.

 

 

 

 

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Re: List country of origin please

I have suggested many times to QVC since they first started (years) to have a day or week, week-end to celebrate the 4th of July, have a show with Made In USA as you can see it never happened.

Try searching Made in USA on their website.  Approx 11 items appear and only 1 is Made Ian USA and it is a collection of a few nichols.

They have for years catered to Made in Ireland items and that has gone on for a whole week at a time and advertised constantly.

It is time for everyone to wake up and put our country first and buy American.

They probably will not print this as they never listened to my suggestion.

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Registered: ‎03-12-2010

Re: List country of origin please

Some high end brands sell some products made in China and they cost a lot of money anyway.

Hsn lists country of origin most of the time.Qvc doesn't want to do the same.They know we don't want cosmetics made in China.

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Registered: ‎04-27-2010

Re: List country of origin please

It's not a Don't Buy list. We merely want to know where it's make so WE can make the decisions whether to buy or not.  

 

And why wouldn't you want to purchase items made in the USA rather than a foreign country?

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Re: List country of origin please


@Diamond Gal wrote:

It's not a Don't Buy list. We merely want to know where it's make so WE can make the decisions whether to buy or not.  

 

And why wouldn't you want to purchase items made in the USA rather than a foreign country?


You would need to do your research as to what companies here make clothes. Textile mills are gone as are sewing factories. Very few places to make these items. Most of the fabric for sale here comes from China. I google where to find clothes made here. There are of course some places but not a whole lot. As for QVC I would guess not too much.