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This holiday, give the gift of good taste with Simply Organic Fair Trade Certified Baking Mixes. Not only are these baking mixes Fair Trade Certified, they are also organic, gluten free, high in whole grain, and...they taste great. Whether baking for family or creating gifts for friends, we have you covered. These hassle free mixes require 2 to 3 common ingredients (i.e.
To celebrate Fair Trade during this holiday season and the upcoming New Year, Woman's Day, TransFair USA, and a variety of retailers have teamed up to offer a Fair Trade Product Giveaway!
As cold weather moves in, few things rival the act of warming up with a hot pot of tea. While we keep busy all year long providing fresh, origin direct loose leaf teas, fall and winter are undoubtedly the busiest times for us. Here’s news on what we’ve been working on at Rishi Tea. Tastes of Origin gift sets are now available online and at select Whole Foods Stores nationwide.
With holiday coziness comes a little bit of chaos, leaving us needing a pick-me-up. Try these natural DIY beauty & heath treatments featuring Fair Trade Certified ™ ingredients!
A dream is realized!  As inspiring as the formidable Mount Elgon and the coffee the farms that flank its slopes is the story of Mirembe Kawomera Cooperative in Mbale, Uganda. "I brought the idea to my fellow friends, Muslims and Christians, and I said we should make a co-op selling our coffee but as well as spreading peace in the world. They were all so happy so we called it Mirembe, which means peace, Kawomera, which means that even our coffee must be of quality. Then we made that cooperative."
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