Fair Trade

Fair Trade

Fair trade strives for equity between trading partners.  One of the foundational tenets is paying fair price for a product that provides the maker with a living wage.

People live better when they make a decent wage.  They can afford health care.  They don’t need a handout if they are earning enough to feed their families.

You get products made with care and the maker gets a fair price for their hard work.  It’s a win-win.   So next time you shop, consider buying fair trade.

It’s Day 6 of the #AtoZ challenge.  Whew!  I think I need a coffee.

pamlazos 4.6.19


About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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15 Responses to Fair Trade

  1. Love my fair trade coffee!

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  2. Ronel Janse van Vuuren says:

    Fair Trade is a great initiative! Thanks for highlighting it 🙂

    Ronel visiting from the A-Z Challenge with Music and Writing: Fleeting Fancy

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  3. lindasschaub says:

    You’re just steamin’ through these Pam … I am behind a couple of days in Reader.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Ken Dowell says:

    I trust it’s fair trade coffee.

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  5. For readers interested in learning more about Fair Trade, you can check out the article, “Fair Trade: Very Useful Websites,” on my website at

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  6. A great organisation to highlight sister x

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  7. Susan Scott says:

    I love the idea of Fair Trade Pam, and also when I see the logo, especially on coffee! I wondering if bartering will ever come back – no reason why not to. Another example: friends could hold meetings where they exchange much loved and well cared items of eg clothes, shoes, jewelry .. win win! I did that a long while ago – everyone was so happy with new items – 🙂 🙂 🙂

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