|Some things made in Massachusetts might surprise you. Read this page to find out some products made in Massachusetts factories.
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This world-renowned toy and game company holds headquarters in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Though the company does much manufacturing outside of the United States, Hasbro does have one factory on United States soil. East Longmeadow, Massachusetts is home to one Hasbro factory; within its walls board games and toys are printed. Hasbro prints more money than the US government, the company makes $4.1 million dollars worth of play money for monopoly alone.
Located in Norway, Massachusetts, Zildjian Cymbals is the oldest continuously family-owned businesses in the United States. The company can be traced back to Avedis Zildjian, an Armenian chemist who developed the correct combination of copper, tin and silver to create his cymbals in 1623.
Polar Beverages is a privately owned company based in Worcester, Massachusetts. The company manufactures and distributes many fruit-flavored sodas, seltzer, ginger ale, drink mixers and spring water to the northeastern part of the United States. Owning two bottling plants the company also bottles and distributes national brands.
Friendly Ice Cream
Springfield, Massachusetts was home to the first Friendly’s Ice Cream shop in 1935. Today, there are roughly 500 Friendly restaurants. Wilbraham, Massachusetts is home to a Friendly’s Manufacturing plant, where they create ice cream cakes and packaged ice cream. This plant makes 46,200 gallons of ice cream each day.
St. Pierre Manufacturing Corp. is the number one maker of pitching horseshoes, the horseshoes used in the popular lawn game. Producing around 4,000 horseshoes a day, the company also makes tire chains, related fittings and equipment for the lawn bowling game bocce.
Located in North Brookfield, Massachusetts the Quabaug Corp. produces a wide variety of rubber goods; pet toys, shoe soles and playground surfaces.
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