This post is one in a series designed to help you buy American products. Today’s topic: paper towels. Here’s a look at some that are manufactured in the United States of America:
Scott® brand paper towels are made in America. The Kimberly-Clark corporation tells me it manufactures them in various facilities across the United States, including sites in Chester, Pennsylvania; Jenks, Oklahoma; and Beech Island, South Carolina.
Bounty paper towels are made in a variety of locations. The manufacturer tells me that these include Mehoopany, Pennsylvania; Albany, Georgia; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Cape Girardeau, Missouri; and Oxnard, California.
CVS Earth Essentials paper towels are made in the USA, according to the CVS website. They are made from 100 percent recycled content.
Viva paper towels come from American plants in locations such as Jenks, Oklahoma; Marinette, Wisconsin; and Beech Island, South Carolina. These locations were provided to me by a company representative.
Sparkle® paper towels are also made in the USA. A company spokesperson tells me they are manufactured in Hey Heather. Sparkle is manufactured at facilities in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma and Oregon.
As I find other brands of paper towels designed for household use that are made in the USA, I will add them here. If you are aware of more, please post a comment. Be sure to check out my previous posts on items made in the USA: