Environmental Stewardship

7.08.14
The 2014 World Cup is well underway in Brazil. As you sit on your comfy couch with your Fair Trade certified coffee (or sneak in a game at work —don’t worry,...
4.21.14
This guest post comes to us from Anne-Marie Hardie, Canada-based writer and lover of all things coffee and tea. Hand crafted with an artisanal flair describes...
11.14.13
Fundraising Websites - Crowdrise Mangos from Haiti are among the sweetest and most flavorful on the market.  So it’s no coincidence that Fair Trade...
10.08.13
October is Fair Trade Month, a time to celebrate the 1.3 million farmers and workers around the world who grow and sew the Fair Trade products we love. It...
Last year, 2012, was a year of momentum, innovation, and growth for Fair Trade. We saw significant growth in key categories such as coffee, produce and quinoa...
8.07.13
This guest blog post comes to us from Richard Shaw of Andean Naturals. Recently, Fair Trade USA joined an Andean Naturals team to observe the quinoa harvest,...
6.24.13
Last October, Ray Lacorte, the Head of Operations at Choice Organic Teas, traveled to India where he visited Oothu Estate, a Fair Trade tea garden that the...
7.02.14
By Maya Spaull   All too often the news reports about marine species are grim: We read about declining fish stocks, illegal and unregulated...
10.17.13
The same people who stirred a bit of morality into your morning cup of joe want to get into your overstuffed closet, too. Fair Trade USA, a nonprofit...
5.01.13
By Susanna Bair Andrew Savitz, founder of Sustainable Business Strategies and author of books including Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line,...
4.09.13
By Mary Jo Cook, Chief Impact Officer, FairTrade USA Published in Partnership with Reuters AlertNet and in advance of the 2013 Skoll World Forum...
OAKLAND, Calif. (June 6, 2013) – Fair Trade USA, the leading certifier of Fair Trade products in North America, and Whole Foods Market teamed up to...