Sunday, January 14, 2018

Fair Trade at the Rotary Club of Campbell

Learn more about Fair Trade at the Rotary Club of Campbell.

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Three Things You Can Do in January to End Slavery

Be a Conscientious Consumer: From chocolate and clothing to cell phones and computers, many products are tainted by slavery-made components or raw materials. Buy fair trade products whenever you can – and check your 401(k) retirement plan to be sure your contributions go to a
socially-responsible fund.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Patagonia's Fair Trade Fleece

Stay warm this winter with Patagonia's Fair Trade Fleece! Supporting Patagonia's Fair Trade Fleece guarantees that the worker producing their garments are treated as people by providing rigorous safety standards, maternity leave, prohibiting child labor and being environmentally aware.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Fair Trade Ice Cream for Halloween

Celebrate Fair Trade Month with Ben & Jerry's Halloween ice cream. The spookiest month of the year is also the month for getting to know the fair trade offerings at your local grocery store and learning all about how they help farmers all over the world get a fair price for their goods.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Share the Journey with new socks

Pope Francis' Share the Journey campaign continues during this week. With every step you take in these fair trade organic cotton socks Maggie's Organics, you show love to your neighbor!

Monday, October 9, 2017

West Elm increases Fair Trade initiatives

West Elm is celebrating Fair Trade month by increasing its social premiums of $3 million towards community development by 2020. They have also partnered with Vietnam’s first Fair Trade furniture factory, bringing its total operating Fair Trade factory count to 11 in countries including Nepal, India and Pakistan. You can visit their Palo Alto store for fair trade rugs and bedding products.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Del Cabo produce at Whole Foods

Found Del Cabo Fair Trade produce at Whole Foods market. Their company, Jacobs Farm / Del Cabo, founded its first growers’ association in 1985 at the tip of the Baja peninsula. They taught sound organic farming practices, merged hundreds of small-scale farms, grower associations create economic opportunities in rural communities and significantly increase family incomes.