fairly-traded

fairly-traded

adv
(Commerce) bought from the producer at a guaranteed price
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"We have all of the ingredients to succeed and all we needed was the fairly-traded market," said Jesse Gary, the executive vice president of Century Aluminum, who owns the Hawesville mill, the largest producer of aluminum in the United States.
The end result must be that Washington's trade-dependent economy and its businesses and workers are shielded from retaliation and from tariffs on fairly-traded products."
"In addition, the previously announced Section 232 tariffs became effective in late March, creating the opportunity for a fairly-traded environment in the U.S.
Through the sales of fairly-traded wine, the Co-op has been helping producers and their families to build a better future for themselves.
This investment further ensures our ability to supply high-quality, safe and fairly-traded xanthan gum," said E.
"There'll also be bargains galore on other items like crafts, gifts, toys, puzzles, food and confectionery - all fairly-traded to help some of the world's poorest farmers."
The Cardiff Food Charter encourages individuals to buy more food from local enterprises and retailers and to cook more meals from scratch using fresh, seasonal, local, organic and fairly-traded produce.
For 21 years, the folks behind Los Angeles' Groundwork Coffee stores have ensured that their patrons are able to obtain fairly-traded organic brews.
Crowds were treated to fascinating facts about Nepal and suppliers working with the Nepal Leprosy Trust as well as stories behind the fairly-traded products available in the Holmfirth shop.
"Given that Waitrose has a strong reputation for sourcing local, organic and fairly-traded products I'm sure it'll be a welcome addition to Queen Street." The new store will open on April 28 and is expected to create 40 jobs.
Prizes will be pounds 150 worth of shopping vouchers, including fairly-traded jeans, customised Fairtrade trainers, and even Fairtrade pants.