So far, I have not been able to find Fair Trade certified Socks, Shoes, Tops, Pants or Dresses yet in the Philadelphia stores. Let us know if you find them! So, for those items, I go online.
FTPHL made Philadelphia the 43rd Fair Trade Town in the U.S. by fulfilling the criteria set by Fair Trade Campaign in 2015, the second largest such city in the U.S. after Chicago. The linked film was taken at Philadelphia City
April 29 at Philly Fair Trade Roasters with Joe Cesa during the coffee roasting demonstration.
Boll & Branch makes linens and sheets from organic cotton produced by Indian farmers who are paid a fair wage for their work. From their website, we learn that: Boll & Branch was founded in 2014 to offer consumers industry-leading
Fair Trade Philadelphia participated in the World Fair Trade Day 2016 by doing the World Fair Trade Coffee Break Challenge with Ten Thousand Villages, Center City Philadelphia
Our second annual walking tour!
Bryan represents Fair Trade Philadelphia at Penn State Brandywine’s “Sustainable Consumerism” event.
ASK for ESTIMA, Fair Trade Certified Coffee at Starbucks! While Starbucks has marketing that implies fair trade, and states their coffee is “ethically sourced” very few of their blends are actually certified by an independent third party (only about 3%!).