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The Fair Trade blog is your source for the latest news from Fair Trade USA.  We frequently post updates from Fair Trade farms, new product announcements, guest blogs from our partners and gift guides.  So put us on your RSS and join the conversation!

4.21.15

Celebrate moms around the world, win prizes & tweet for Fair Trade on 5/5 at 5PM PT

Believe it or not, but Mother's Day is around the corner! We think Moms make the world go ‘round, and the Fair Trade Moms who grow our food and sew our clothing truly make a world of difference - So let's celebrate them!
4.10.15

Celebrate mom while giving back to moms around the world

4.10.15

Sophie Uliano advocates for conscious beauty and sustainable living

This guest blog post comes to us from Sophie Uliano, a Health & Beauty expert over at Gorgeously Green. Not only is Sophie a big Fair Trade supporter, but she is also the author of 3 New York Times best-selling books about living a greener and healthier life.
2.20.15

3 Interns Embark on a Fair Trade Scavenger Hunt around Whole Foods Market

You probably know that Whole Foods Market carries an abundance of Fair Trade Certified products, but did you know that you can find Fair Trade in just about every aisle – from produce to bottled drinks to underwear? Yes, underwear! To further explore all of these unique, do-good products, Fair Trade USA challenged its three interns with a Whole Foods Market scavenger hunt.
1.12.15

Help the Next Generation Combat Child Slave Labor

This guest blog post comes to us from Courtney Lang, National Organizer at Fair Trade Campaigns.  Fair Trade Campaigns recognizes towns, colleges, universities, K – 12 schools and congregations in the United States for embedding Fair Trade products and education into the foundations of their communities.
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