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12.09.11

Fair Trade Premium Brings Vital Support to RAOS Community

When the coffee cooperative La Cooperativa Regional de las y los Agricultores Orgánicos de la Sierra (RAOS) began using organic farming techniques, the decision was viewed as crazy by others in the region. Since then, the organization has become known in Honduras as a pioneer of organic coffee and has grown from 20 to over 200 farmers.
11.30.11

Guest blog from Heather Franzese, Director of Good World Solutions

Fair Trade USA is proud to introduce a new partnership with Good World Solutions.
11.29.11

Mention Fair Trade to save 15% on registration

11.21.11

Make Your Thanksgiving Feast Both Grateful and Fair With Delicious Fair Trade Recipes

A Fair Trade Thanksgiving As you prepare your Thanksgiving menu, consider adding one (or all 3) of these delicious recipes to the list. We’ve included a dish featuring Fair Trade ingredients to compliment every course, from hearty Red Rice and Quinoa stuffing to a light Pumpkin Soup and an indulgent Chocolate Tart. Your guests will leave the table with gratitude knowing that their meal helped to support both workers and farmers around the globe. Now that is something to be grateful for – Enjoy!
11.21.11

Hosted by Sustainable Harvest, ‘Let’s Talk Coffee 2011’ brought together members of the specialty coffee industry

Each year, Sustainable Harvest, a specialty coffee importer, hosts Let’s Talk Coffee, a 3-day event that brings the specialty coffee industry together to engage in conversations around sustainable production and supply chains, from seed to cup.
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