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2.11.16
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about showing your loved ones you care - and we're here to help!  What better way to share the love than with the gift of Fair Trade Certified flowers?
2.09.16
This article was originally published in The Huffington Post.
2.07.16

This Valentine's Day, share the Fair Trade love & support farmers and artisans around the world!

This article was originally posted by our friends at Fair Trade Campaigns.  We’ve put together a few great ideas on how you can Fair Trade your Valentine’s Day by buying Fair Trade products, learning about Fair Trade, spreading the word and taking action!
1.07.16

5 Fair Trade New Year’s Resolutions to Fit Every Lifestyle

With the New Year comes the opportunity reflect on our lives and make resolutions that bring about positive change through new habits and commitments.  And while that resolution you made last year to eat less and exercise more was relatively effective (for the first 3 weeks at least…), why not take this opportunity to put a little Fair Trade spin on your resolutions and make an even bigger change?  One that has a ripple effect that will reach all the way around the globe.  Resolve to buy Fair Trade and join us in making 2016 the year of responsible consumption.
12.03.15
Recorded in February 2015 during the Leaders Forum ‘Shaping the Global Sustainability Agenda’ in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Paul Rice, Fair Trade USA's President & CEO, speaks of the importance of Fair Trade for All.
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