Like many consumers these days, I now depend on home delivery for many of my 'non-essential' items.
I have been shopping online for a steel product which is often counterfeited (mostly from China), and have managed to weed out the more obvious fakes. Unfortunately, the very manufacturer that produces the item has contributed to the confusion by either importing the prime material and assembling it in the USA, or has exported the American-made parts to be assembled in China.
In this case, the product is recognized world-wide as superior when made of US steel and assembled in the USA, and may in fact be considered undependable in a critical situation (read "your life depends on it")
I think possibly this issue is being avoided by advertising the product as "USA Made".
In the past, "Made in U.S.A." meant something.
Is "USA Made" just a weasel-word, or is it actually another way to say "Made in the USA"?