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Last week a delegation of volunteers from Fair Trade Towns throughout the United States got to see the effects of their hard work firsthand on a Global Exchange reality tour of Fair Trade cooperatives in Costa Rica. Why Costa Rica?

Fair Trade Certified Products Top the Charts for Quality and Sustainability

For years the Fair Trade Certified™ label has been a symbol for high quality, social responsibility and environmental sustainability, assuring consumers that their goods were evaluated against rigorous standards that support the welfare of the farmers and workers who grow and sew the products we love.

Pioneers of Sustainable Fashion Embark on an Educational Webinar Program to Share Their Latest Fashion Idea

Event Information: Webinar Topic: "How to Make Fair Trade Clothing" featuring Nicole Bassett of prAna Date: February 9, 2011 Time: 6pm EST/3pm PS Registration:

The Global Cocoa Project Invites you to Take Part in a Global Chocolate Tasting Adventure

 Join Fair Trade USA in supporting the Global Cocoa Project and their efforts to improve the lives of cocoa farmers around the world by attending their one-of-a-kind, bicoastal chocolate tasting event February 10th and 12th, 2011.

This Valentine's Day Vote for a Better World by Purchasing Fair Trade Flowers

This Valentine's Day, Business is Blooming Americans will buy more than 189 million stems of roses this Valentine's Day, the majority of which will travel all the way from Ecuador and Colombia before they’re sold to shops all over the world.  This year why not ensure that your long-stemmed symbols of love positively impact the lives of farm workers (many of whom are women) by looking for bouquets bearing the
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