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3.16.12

Spread your Irish Spirit with a Little Extra Green This Year

All of us here at Fair Trade USA would like to wish you a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  Whether you enjoy scouting for four-leaf clovers or singing traditional Irish songs, we hope you’ll spread some Irish cheer by checking out a few of these awesome and environmentally friendly Fair Trade Certified™ products!  As an added bonus, the packaging on these products is festive and literally green (making you pinch-proof)!
2.23.12

Turbana workers improved their living conditions through Fair Trade

“I feel so proud, so big with my new home. It’s so well located, it’s wonderful!” (Translated from Spanish)- Juan Ortega, Farm Worker, Recipient of a Housing Project Loan
2.21.12

Educational Opportunities through Fair Trade Certified Bell Peppers

All vegetables can support a healthy lifestyle and build a stronger body, but some can promise a great deal more. Fair Trade Certified™ sweet bell peppers from Divemex not only deliver a delicious dose of Potassium and vitamins A & C — among other key nutrients — they also support a healthy environment and build a stronger community.
2.12.12

These sweet cakes look as good as they taste!

Gina de Roma, Author of The Philosopher's Spoon, sent us this delicious recipe just in time for Valentine's Day.  You'll definitely want to try this one; these red cupcakes look as good as they taste!  Better yet, they are made with Fair Trade Certified sugar, vanilla, and chocolate.
2.10.12

Guest blog post by Ronald Mutai, Founder of Majani Teas

This blog post comes to us from Ronald Mutai, Founder of Mujani Teas I was born and raised on a tea farm in Meru, Kenya, a one-street town in Kenya’s ‘tea country.’ I originally came to the United Stated to attend graduate school at Columbia University, in New York City. After completing graduate school, I realized that without my friends and family back home I wouldn’t be where I am today.
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