It's damn hard to find American made goods, not to mention "locally" made goods. I live in a suburb of Chicago, and there is NO "local" produce in the winter. None. Even the stuff at Whole Foods (which I can no longer afford to shop at) is often imported, especially in the winter.
One of our local news channels did a segment where they removed everything from people's houses which were not made in the USA. Most of the homes, unbeknown to the owners had little to no American made goods, and their houses were empty after everything made overseas was taken out.
I wish I could find more American made goods, that would be good enough for me. "Local" is basically non-existent where I live, unless you go to the twice yearly craft fair, but little of that stuff is really stuff you NEED to run a home.
But, I do buy American made goods and produce WHEN I can find it, which is not common.