Made In Washington

A division of PACCAR since 1945, Kenworth workers assemble about 2,500 trucks a year in Renton.

The Tumwater manufacturer employs 25 workers and distributes through independent stores, small chains and direct-to-consumer sales.

The Tacoma manufacturer employs about 50 workers but can accommodate twice that number

The three-person staff at the Ballard-based manufacturer also maintains pipe organs for about 200 clients.

Fran’s makes certified fair trade chocolates in Georgetown and sells them in stores at the factory and in downtown Seattle, downtown Bellevue, University Village and online.

This Puyallup-based company has been a leader in the customization of guitars.

The Bainbridge Island-based company was founded in 1980 and is the largest producer of premium fly rods in the United States.

The Seattle-based bakery was founded in 1994 and now employs 350 people and packs and ships roughly 16 million loaves of bread a year.

Our photographer visits the Yakima-based environmentally sustainable bottle manufacturer.