International trade has been around for the last several thousand years, but it’s only been about 150 years since the breakneck speeds of automation and industrialization have radically changed the face of product design, collaboration, and mass production. That said, the days of things being “made in the USA” may soon be a thing of the past. Even some of the more historic and iconic American brands, companies that you would expect to be American through and through, are no longer such. Cheap international labor, lower-priced commodities, high-speed internet, and programmatic automation have taken some formerly “American” brands and have brought them to some foreign lands for the foreseeable future. Is the American brand you thought you were supporting actually American? Take a second to find out!