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Made in Colorado

Made in Colorado 2017: Celestial Seasonings learns consistency leads to loyalty

The recipe has hardly changed since the first batch, but Boulder blended Celestial Seasonings still stands by its tea products.

Made in Colorado 2017: Schacht Spindle nears 50 years of Boulder-made looms

Boulder-based Schacht Spindle Co. manufactures about 1,200 wooden parts in-house for its weaving looms.

Made in Colorado 2017: The Denver Boot: Maybe the most hated Colorado-made good

Founded in 1985, Clancy Systems acquired the rights to the Denver Boot in 1990 to complement its higher-tech offerings.

Made in Colorado 2017: Most ethical manufacturer

The 2017 Made in Colorado finalists and winners of the Most Ethical Manufacturer title.

Made in Colorado 2017: Most innovative manufacturer

The 2017 Made in Colorado finalists and winners of the Most Innovating Manufacturer title.

Made in Colorado 2017: Food and beverage brand of the year

The 2017 Made in Colorado finalists and winners of the Food and Beverage Brand of the Year title.

Made in Colorado 2017: Emerging manufacturer of the year

The 2017 Made in Colorado finalists and winners of the Emerging Manufacturer title.

Made in Colorado 2017: Top designed goods

The 2017 Made in Colorado finalists and winners of the Top Designed Goods title.

Made in Colorado: A uniquely satisfying label

Not only evidence of a resurgence in American manufacturing, but a pause for pride in tangible products made in our backyard.

Join ColoradoBiz at the 5th Annual Made In Colorado awards!

With nearly 6,000 manufacturers across a wide spectrum of business sectors, ColoradoBiz magazine welcomes the statewide business community to its 5th annual Made in Colorado forum and awards.

Great stuff made in Colorado: Siracha, folk jewelry and wine for pets

Jolene “Jojo” Collins describes herself as a sriracha sauce fiend. “I put that stuff on everything,” she says of Huy Fong Foods’ mass-market leader. But when she studied the label after going sugar-free in 2010, she was shocked.

Following the sun to a Colorado energy job

In June, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment awarded the nonprofit Solar Energy International in Paonia a $401,000 WORK Act Grant for outreach and marketing of job training. Already 100 students have enrolled or completed training.
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