Walk into any store and randomly pick up an item off the shelf, and look at the label. Chances are you’ll see the same three words on the tag: “Made in China” or it might read “Made in Mexico” or “Made in Taiwan” – but it almost certainly won’t say “Made in the USA.”

And now the trend is turning with more than 300 companies have moved production back to the United States since 2010, creating about 240,000 new jobs. As a result, that “Made in USA” label – though still rare – is slowly making its way back onto more products.