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At the heart of this effort is the growing grassroots movement led by the national Fair Trade Towns and Universities campaigns.
This means that compared to the rest of the UK we have proportionally many more fair trade towns, fair trade schools and a much better awareness of fair trade
Fair trade towns must achieve six goals: city council must pass a resolution in favour of fair trade and agree to use such products for its own needs; the products are made available in shops and cafes; support is demonstrated by local workplaces, faith groups and schools; interest is demonstrated by the media and the general public; a steering committee is created; and other ethical and sustainable consumption initiatives are promoted.
Ben & Jerry's and Green & Black's kicked-off the year by announcing they would convert 100 percent of their products to Fair Trade Certified ingredients; Fair Trade USA reported that certified coffee imports were up 25 percent and 47 percent of all imports were also organic; Fair Trade cooperative CECOVASA was awarded the People's Choice Award at the Specialty Coffee Association of America's Cupping Competition; and the Fair Trade Towns USA campaign increased the number of official Fair Trade Towns from 13 to 20, including Boston.
Attendees at celebrity chef cook-off "Eat, Drink and Be Fair" will be the first to find out as these and other delicacies are debuted as part of a push to make Boston one of the largest Fair Trade Towns in the U.
April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- After town councilors in Taos, New Mexico passed a resolution in February 2008 and enacted stringent guidelines the Town of Taos, New Mexico has earned a Fair Trade Town designation by Fair Trade Towns USA.