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The Gap says its FEED bags are made in the USA, but some of them come with tags reading "Made in China." Ironically, the bags raise money for school lunch programs here in the US, so they're supporting hungry kids even as they're potentially undermining their parents' ability to support themselves with a good old-fashioned manufacturing job. A Gap spokesperson told the Feast that it was impossible to produce all the bags in the US due to time constraints. [Racked National; The Feast]