In case anyone is fervently obsessed with boycotting Turkish goods as I am, here's a trick you can use to make sure you're making the right purchase.
If the UPC 12-digit code of a good that you want to buy begins with "869", it's Turkish. You will probably be able to read "Made In Turkey" stamped somewhere on the item, but I usually look at the code since it's fast and easy.
This rule applies to laundry detergent, anything made for the kitchen including organizational bins, trash bins, glassware and cookware, home cleaning products, construction as well as home repair materials, paints, bathroom fixtures, mats, rugs, clothing items of any kind, shoes, houseplants, flower pots, sunflower seeds, soaps, shampoos, toothpaste, shaving creams, cosmetics, automobile parts and possibly some fruits or vegetables (you would have to ask the seller in that case). This is not an exhaustive list, however.
UPC codes for Armenian goods begin with "485" and for Russian goods, "460". Needless to say I'm always looking for Armenian stuff, especially food products which generally are of superior quality. Nevertheless, keep in mind that Armenian dishwashing liquid is not very good.