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Those are the only two I am aware of.  I'd imagine there are a lot of smaller companies as well.  Just looking for a hidden gem.:)

 

I listened to a Podcast from Rockwood from January '19 and it was very educational.  That is what got me to considering trying some USA made charcoal.  

 

Lot's of charcoal advertise the "carbon %"  Is there a minimum or a "perfect" percentage?  

 

Thanks!

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If you look at the Royal Oak website, and the "dancing around it" terminology they use, they clearly use some labor and  wood product that are not in / from the USA.  Though for a large business, they are probably as USA based as you'll find.

 

I do agree with your thought that a smaller company is your best bet in that regard, and Rockwood might be one.  I see you're in VA.  You can't be that far from some kind of somewhat local supply.

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3 hours ago, Gebo said:

Those are the only two I am aware of.  I'd imagine there are a lot of smaller companies as well.  Just looking for a hidden gem.:)

 

I listened to a Podcast from Rockwood from January '19 and it was very educational.  That is what got me to considering trying some USA made charcoal.  

 

Lot's of charcoal advertise the "carbon %"  Is there a minimum or a "perfect" percentage?  

 

Thanks!

 

As far as I know, Kingsford is also made in the USA.

 

The hidden gem you are looking for is Royal Oak.

 

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