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But as consumers become more aware of how the hair industry has been operating in the shadows, one new company is stepping up to create a business model that consumers can feel good about: fair trade hair.
While the poncho’s brightly colorful, made-in-Kenya cotton isn’t organic, the product is fair trade and carbon neutral at $78.
Trump also called on Congress to move ahead in other areas: • Seeking fair trade.
About an hour and a quarter from Downtown Cincinnati, the village is home to lots of little shops selling fair trade, handmade and vintage items.
With help from fair trade nonprofit Global Goods Partners, proceeds from items purchased on the site will help the craftswomen care for their families and send their children to school.
Felbermayr said Trump has some grounds for seeking fairer trade, noting that the U.S. tariff on imported cars is 2.5% while the comparable EU duty is 10%.
As the Trump administration pushes China to play by fair trade rules, companies are caught in a quieter but no less crucial struggle for rules-based access to a $610 billion online marketplace, an AP investigation has found.
Sustainably Shopping When browsing through the grocery aisles, look for sustainable products labeled as organic or fair trade.
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