Here's a Surprise-- American-made chopsticks

Posted by scapozzola on 07/23/2011

Most chopsticks are made in China, where several hundred manufacturers turn out 63 billion pairs annually. But they are running short of wood.

Enter Georgia Chopsticks.  Company president Jae Lee says the Georgia-based firm is producing several million pairs of chopsticks a day-- enough to meet a voracious global demand.

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