Made in Mississippi

Made in Mississippi is a brand.

It's a telling story of our state's people and their hard work.

It's a history that continually builds upon itself and promotes a fading rare breed of hand-crafted specialties. 

Become a part of history with Mississippi Made.


Cotton Fields in the Delta

Mississippi is a prime location for today’s advanced manufacturing companies. Our state offers key advantages, including the third-lowest union membership rate in the nation, a top 5 ranking for speed of permitting and a top 10 ranking for competitive utility rates. Mississippi’s transportation network, which was ranked the eighth best in the nation in 2014, helps ensure efficient and timely delivery of goods manufactured here. Our state’s centralized geographic location provides single-day roadway access to more than 55 percent of U.S. businesses, providing an added competitive edge to manufacturers.

Mississippi also has an abundant supply of well-educated and productive workers. Our community colleges customize training programs to meet companies’ needs, both for new and existing industries, across the state’s target sectors. In 2014, more than 96,000 individuals from 550 companies benefited from community college workforce training. Mississippi’s research universities have a strong reputation for partnering with industry to move innovation from concept to reality. 


The Biloxi Lighthouse (est. 1848)

Processed foods are one of our most important manufactured products. Meatpacking (poultry processing plants) ranks highest. Other food products manufactured here are beverages, dairy products, grain products and seasonings.

Furniture production is Mississippi's second ranking manufacturing enterprise and our state is one of the leaders in the production of upholstered products.

The manufacture of chemicals (industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals) ranks third.

Other products manufactured in Mississippi include motor vehicles, motor vehicle parts, ocean-going freighters and tankers, electrical products, appliances, generators, lighting and wiring equipment, and stereo systems.


Mississippi Riverboat “Twilight”

With a history rich in the South, Mississippi boasts the nation's lowest living costs and can guarantee that your dollar is stretched further here than anywhere else.

Many national corporations call Mississippi home:

Back Yard Burger

Bryan Foods (now acquired by Sara Lee Corporation)

CSpire Wireless

Ingalls Shipyard

Mossy Oak

Newk's Eatery

Northrup Grumman Ship Systems  

Peavey Electronics 


Viking Range  

Factory on Main is proud of its roots and happy to, also, call Mississippi home. 

Let us showcase all that is great about our state!

Sit and stay awhile. You won't regret it.