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Direct trade is considered a step above fair trade.
This annual event offers a unique array of handmade/homemade items, fair trade gifts, and home party items.
Silence on social issues was seen as a fair trade-off for fat contracts and lucrative endorsement deals.
And, like all the jewelry from Michael Nelson, this necklace was handcrafted by a team of Maasai women in Nairobi via a fair trade beading cooperative.
Or will the new store simply encourage even more hopeful customers to spend their Thursday mornings (when Supreme drops new product) waiting in line against the backdrop of strollers and fair trade coffee, instead of the bustling streets of Soho?
Trade deficits are not the best way to measure how fair trade is.
Most of their foods are organic, and all are fair trade, non-GMO, free of any artificial preservatives, flavors, and colors, and fully against animal testing.
And while the migration may not be as palpable as the one in the 1980s to Palm Beach—where the tax rate is zero—those few percentage points seem a fair trade for fresh air, world class hiking, and the accompanying healthy lifestyle.
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