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Over the years, this social activism has given rise to specific demands for corporate social responsibility, sustainability, ethical consumerism, fair trade and conscious capitalism.

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From traditional artisanal rum to the country’s first fair trade cocoa business, Haiti is building a new farm future rooted in its own traditions.

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These luxury sheets are also fair trade certified, which means farmers and other workers get paid two to three times the industry standard.

Whole Foods is getting its organic, non-GMO, fair trade, locally sourced lunch eaten.

For some citizens, the presence of spending money plus the narcotic of nationalism is enough to make this seem a fair trade.

It encourages its well-heeled customers to pay extra for “fair trade” coffee.

Is a gold ring a fair trade for 20 years of exhilarating post-collegiate freedom, adventure and growth?

And you call that a fair trade,—your old worn coat and a forty-cent watch for his nice new coat his mother made?

Again, in his next chapter he specifies “Fair Trade” as the first of the “things that we must do to be saved.”

The same epithet is used in the phrases “a fine day” and “fine irony,” in “fair trade” and “a fair goddess.”

If there were a licensed poison-shop in London, they'd do a very fair trade on Sundays.'

I got her in fair trade from her people, who were of the Coast and whose Chilcat totem stood at the head of a salt arm of the sea.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fair trade, such as: balance of trade, fair-trading, managed prices, multilateral trade, and reciprocal trade.

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