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“Fair Trade Helps Farmers, But Not Their Hired Workers.” That was the headline of a much-circulated article a few weeks ago. Like many ..read more
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Fair Trade USA has rolled out plans to pilot a fair trade dairy standard with Chobani on farms in New York State and Idaho. While there ..read more
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Fair Trade Denim. It sounds good, right? The press certainly thought so when J. Crew and Madewell launched their collections earlier this ..read more
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Fast fashion has deadly consequences. Time and again, sweatshop accidents around the globe kill and injure workers as they crank out ..read more
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Once again, Brazilian labor inspectors have found slave labor1 on plantations where Starbucks buys coffee. And not just any plantations, ..read more
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“We cannot live on $0.90 per pound.” That’s the message that the coffee farmers behind SPP Global sent to the global coffee industry ..read more
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By Julianna Fischer & Amy MacKown Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance Imagine a world where the food we eat nourishes not only our ..read more
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By David Bacon Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ) was born when migrant indigenous Mexican blueberry pickers refused to go into the ..read more
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By Caryl Levine Neema Sati in Uttarakhand, India. Photo Credit: Sue Price We take rice for granted. It is a cheap starch available in ..read more
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By Erinch Sahan With growing inequality, entrenched poverty and a pending ecological crisis, it is time to revisit the central design ..read more

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