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Make a difference in the lives of Fair Trade Moms around the world

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, you’re probably looking for a way to show mom how much you really care. What if the products you give (or enjoy) this Mother’s Day could also celebrate moms around the world?

Ultra-Soft, 100% Organic Cotton Robes Support Environmental Sustainability and Economic Empowerment for Apparel Factory Workers


Celebrate Mom with A Bouquet Grown with Love

Mother’s Day is right around the corner! As you stock up on goodies and wrap those gifts for mom, don’t forget about the flowers! What better symbolizes your love for her and your support for moms around the world than to send the gift of Fair Trade Certified flowers? When you buy these sprigs, bunches and bouquets, you are supporting women’s work in Ecuador  -- helping provide maternity leave, safe working conditions and protection from hazardous chemicals for mothers and their families.

Guest blog from Sarah Falltrick, Business Development Specialist, Produce & Floral

We recently received some great news from one of our fresh produce partners in Mexico about the successes of their Fair Trade Certified farms. This guest blog post comes to us from our very own Sarah Falltrick, Business Development Specialist at Fair Trade USA. Sarah works hard every day to help transform the lives of the farmers and workers on Fair Trade produce & floral farms around the world.

The fun, fresh tea retailer strives to improve living and working conditions in tea-growing communities

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