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4.27.16

Give Gifts that Empower Moms across the Globe!

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and you know what that means – time to find that perfect gift for Mom, a gift that shows her just how special she is.  And while that “I <3 Mom” mug that you got her last year was cute, why not make this year’s gift Fair Trade Certified™ and spread the love to moms and women across the globe?
4.25.16

We Celebrate You, and All Women of Fair Trade

Are you a woman who purchases Fair Trade?  Then you are a FairHer woman.  And we want to celebrate you, starting today!
4.13.16
Fair Trade USA is pleased to announce its participation in the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s Annual Event this April. To commemorate the occasion, we’re taking you behind the scenes at SCAA and highlighting the strong, dedicated and hardworking farmers behind Fair Trade coffees.  Follow us on the blog and social media all week to meet the producers, roasters, and baristas behind Fair Trade coffee.  Grab a cup of joe and read on!
4.12.16
Fair Trade USA is pleased to announce its participation in the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s annual event this April. To commemorate the occasion, we’re taking you behind the scenes at SCAA and highlighting the strong, dedicated and hardworking farmers behind Fair Trade coffees.  Follow us on the blog and social media all week to meet the producers, roasters, and baristas behind Fair Trade coffee.  Grab a cup of joe and read on!
3.25.16

Three Farmworkers Share Their Stories

Lupita López Dearcia Comitán is a farmworker in Sonora, Mexico.  She’s forty-four years old, has five children, and just so happens to grow the cucumbers you put in your salad last night. It’s a job she has a lot of pride in. Most people don’t know that cucumbers grow on vines like tomatoes, requiring constant care to ensure that the plant grows in the proper direction. It’s a technique called “training”, and Lupita has the practice down to a science.
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