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We like [Navitas] (https://www.amazon.com/Navitas-Organics-Cacao-Nibs-Bags/dp/B001ELL9GI) cacao nibs, which are organic, fair trade, and relatively easy to find.
Brzoska voted for Trump, despite his concerns over global warming, hoping that an experienced businessman could fight for fairer trade and better fiscal policies.
But where Trump sees provocation as a tool toward fairer trade, corporate America sees uncertainty and hazard.
Cons: Not as inexpensive as some other sustainable brands (but those companies can’t touch Boll & Branch’s fair trade standards).
His words capped a legislative session at which the party sought to present China as strong, stable and open — a foil, experts say, to President Trump's Washington and his claims that China violates fair trade.
Being a sports fan means making some concessions, compartmentalizing some jadedness and accepting a certain level of commercialism and inconvenience as the fair trade for, well, sports.
But in the ceremony Thursday, the president framed the effort as a lever to push other nations toward fairer trade practices.
In 2008, festival organizers signed the Manitoba Food Charter and made a commitment to offering LOFT meals -- local, organic and fair trade -- in backstage kitchens, at food vendors and in the campgrounds.
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