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Fairtrade (written as one word) is used to denote the product certification system operated by... more»

The GS is not a product certification system. It is an assurance mechanism that Fair Trade is... more»

Trade Aid is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization, which brought out an organisation... more»

This comment forms part of an argument against ethical food shopping that appears to have gained... more»

Like fair trading organisations around the world, Trade Aid supports the rights of developing... more»

Our own experience has been somewhat different. In Nicaragua, for example, we buy our coffee from... more»

Trade Aid supports fair wages for work, and we promote fair trade as a viable alternative to... more»

There are potentially four ways we know of that coffee growers can benefit from a genuine fair trade... more»

Fair trade promises a better return to those who make or supply the goods you buy, but what actually... more»

The Buy New Zealand Made campaign aims to encourage consumers and organisations to buy NewZealand... more»

Protecting the environment is a key principle of fair trading:  "Fair trade actively encourages... more»

McDonald’s now sell Rainforest Alliance (RA) certified coffee in their McCafés.  What... more»

It is correct that with current economic growth in South Asia at 5%, India and the surrounding... more»

Trade Aid supports the work that our partners believe provides the best way to engage with its... more»

World Trade is controlled by regulations and agreements negotiated between western governments and... more»