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Fair Trade Certification for Apparel and Linens strives to create an environmental, social, and economic standard that benefits the farmers who grow the cotton and the workers who shape and cut the clothing.
This company is standing up to child labor so that that kids everywhere can get out and play.
Fair Trade food? That's old hat. Get ready for Fair Trade Certified clothing, courtesy of TransFair USA.
Fair trade functions on the premise that you, the consumer from an industrialized nation, wouldn't mind paying a premium for goods made by local cooperatives in third world countries; not because the goods are superior to those that can be had elsewhere, but because you want to support these poor communities and be a better global citizen.
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