Find Products Made in Connecticut
We are currently compiling a list of companies that make products right here in Connecticut. This directory has information about and links to the businesses, which includes large corporations, small businesses and individuals, each one offering their own type of unique items and/or services.
You will find many things made from the natural resources available here, such as from trees harvested from the forests, from minerals & ores mined from quarries, animals raised on farms or from crops grown here. You will find both factory produced & individually handcrafted items.
Apart from finding things which we use everyday many are one of a kind, such as arts and craft items, clothing, toys and all kinds of unique foods and holiday gifts.
Connecticut Manufacturers List
Updated Sep 11, 2014 by David Hurley
There are currently a total of (30) listings in this Connecticut Directory.
Note: Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce things made here in Connecticut, may also manufacture them in other states as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs without any notice, so if there are still questions that remain, we strongly suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.
Listings that contain an image are links to retailers who offer these items on-line, and there also may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same item.
Please take a few minutes and browse the list and visit the manufacturers, thank you.
Do you own or know of a business that you think should be included in this Directory, let us know about it and we'll be happy to include it free of charge. Submit it for review here.
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