The issue of where things come from is vitally significant to our wellbeing, economically and otherwise. Every purchase we make affects the world around us.
By: Alan Uke
Imagine a store where you shop. You have a look at two products that seem remarkably similar. There is a label on one product that shows it has twenty per cent of its content from America. The other is entirely Indonesian.
You remember that a friend’s son works in the industry designing parts for this type of product. This inspires you to buy the product that has at least has some American …