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New company brings Alabama-made products to your doorstep

Expedited delivery box outside front door. Overhead view

More than 500 products are made in Alabama. Still, it can be difficult for Alabama owned businesses to get their products in front of consumers, and it can be even harder for consumers to find products made in our great state. BamaInaBox.com was created with the purpose of making it easier for consumers to connect with Alabama made products.

“As a small business owner, I know first-hand how hard the last few months have been and, as a consumer, I know that it can be incredibly difficult to find out which products are made in America, much less in Alabama,” Angi Horn Stalnaker, founder of Bama in a Box, said. “I wanted to create an easy and convenient way to get Alabama made goods in front of consumers. Once people know how many products are made right here, it makes it easier to search out those products in stores and online.”

Bama in a Box is a subscription service that delivers 5-7 Alabama made products to your doorstep monthly. Inside each box is a list of the products included in that month’s shipment as well as information on where each company is located and how to buy each product in store or online. Because hundreds of products have been identified for possible inclusion in the shipments, no subscriber will ever receive the same product twice.

“Each box will have a mixture of edible products and non-edible goods,” Stalnaker explained. “If you want to fill your pantry, your cleaning cabinet, and your bathroom with Alabama made products, you can. If you want to feed your pet Alabama made treats, it’s possible. If you use it, there is an excellent chance that somebody in Alabama probably makes it. These monthly boxes will give consumers exposure to all of these things and the ability to try them out in a cost-effective and convenient way.”


Bama in a Box is based in Troy.

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