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To celebrate Fair Trade Month, we asked the brands we work with to share what Fairtrade means to them in one word. Tag Aloha chose the word – Aloha. Here is a guest post on why Fairtrade is core to their culture and their business model.
Coffee and chocolate. Many of us struggle to get through a day without one - or both - of our favor-ite luxuries. Yet, for the millions of small-scale farmers around the world who grow the cocoa and coffee beans we love, the price of an espresso or chocolate bar is a cruel joke.
This Halloween, we thought we would invite you to a game of “Truth or Dare,” but with a twist. Traditionally players are given the option between answering a question truthfully or doing a dare. This time around, we’re offering 5 truths highlighting fun facts of some of our favorite chocolate brands to entice you AND posing a dare. If you’re stumped on where to get Fairtrade chocolate this Halloween and want an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of cocoa farmers, you’re in the right place!
Fairtrade welcomes the clear call by the governments of Cote D’Ivoire and Ghana to the cocoa industry to focus on paying the Living Income Differential for increased farmer incomes.
When you choose chocolate with the fair trade seal, you make a difference for cocoa farmers, their families and communities.
You can buy fair trade certified products in stores across the US and online.
This Fair Trade Month, Willy Street Co-op, Fairtrade America, and Equal Exchange collaborated to build the world’s largest Fair Trade produce display.
Posted October 2019
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