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We have a dynamic online community with many opportunities to interact with Fair Trade USA and other Fair Trade supporters in real time. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr for the latest Fair Trade news, action alerts, exclusive deals and discounts and frequent Fair Trade product giveaways. If you'd like to get involved in your community, read more about Fair Trade Towns at the link below or browse our Organize section for tips on house parties and more.

Fair Trade Towns

Fair Trade Colleges & Universities

FNSF Farm ID: 1025091 Fair Trade USA Standard: Farm Worker Varietals: Acaica, Catucai, Mundo Novo, Boudon, Icatu Elevation: 950m above sea level Other Certifications: Organic, Utz and Rainforest Alliance Number of Workers: 110 farm workers Location: Minas Gerais, Brazil Hectares: 230 hectares

Fair Trade Breakfast<br /> May 13-14th, 2011

We can change the world by changing our breakfast. It’s as easy as a cup of coffee and a banana. In honor of World Fair Trade Day, join supporters around the world in a Fair Trade Breakfast to help raise awareness about the importance of social, economic and environmental sustainability in global supply chains. Every purchase matters, and every action that you take in support of Fair Trade make a big difference in the lives of farmers and farm workers throughout the world.
Fair Trade Towns USA is a fun and engaging way to grow the Fair Trade movement in your community. As a comprehensive platform for growing awareness, availability, and commitment to Fair Trade in the US, Fair Trade Towns provides the opportunity to build community in your town, as well as connect your community to those in the developing world.
A Fair Trade house party is a great way to get your friends and family involved in a warm and intimate setting. The house party model has been an effective organizing tool for decades and is perfect for sharing the stories of Fair Trade communities and the tastes of Fair Trade products. A house party doesn’t have to be in a house, and it doesn’t even have to be a traditional party – anything goes!
Students have always been at the forefront of the Fair Trade movement. Whether it’s advocating on campus to convert their dining services or educating their peers through classroom discussions, the fair trade community on college campuses is vital to the success of our movement. Large institutional accounts drive enormous volumes of sales for Fair Trade companies and in turn the farmers that grow the food we enjoy every day.
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