ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Many U.S. consumers appear to be considering country of origin when making purchasing decisions, on at least some occasions, according to a new poll from Harris Interactive here conducted for The Wall Street Journal Online’s Health Industry Edition. A combined six in 10 adults either check to see where a product is produced or manufactured (29%) or do so when making purchases they believe might directly impact their family’s health and safety (32%). Nearly two-thirds of ...

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