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  • Jessica Jones-Hughes
    February 20, 2013
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    At Equal Exchange, we are thrilled to open up a new supply chain: organic cashews grown by small-scale farmers in El Salvador. Delicious, sustainably grown, revolutionary for the nut trade - and they’re a healthy snack. What more could you ask for in a product? 

  • Beth Ann Caspersen
    February 20, 2013

    March is Women's History Month - and we're celebrating our strong network of women worldwide. Here are a few upcoming events in the Boston and Portland areas. 

  • Ashley Cheuk
    February 19, 2013
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    This weekend I put together a hot cocoa bar for some friends and it was a big hit! It was fun to make our own creations and compare the delicious results.

  • Molly Zeff
    December 11, 2012
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    The Community Sales program, which works with congregations and schools, recently hired a group of part-time "Equal ExChangers" across the Southeast to build a local presence for Equal Exchange. The talented outreach team will be attending events and offering presentations to educate folks about how to bring fairly traded products to their community.

  • Charlie Brandes
    December 11, 2012
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    Meet Ed Bachleda, organizer of Equal Exchange sales at St. Catherine of Sienna church in Portage, Mich. I recently got to meet Ed and see firsthand how he organizes his inventory, and schedules volunteers to sell Equal Exchange fairly traded products after four masses twice each month.

  • Jessica Jones-Hughes
    December 11, 2012
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    Equal Exchange fairly traded teas are grown by small-scale farming communities around the world. These farmers practice sustainable agriculture, which means no nasty pesticides. This improves soil and water quality, and the farmers' overall health. Drinking organic tea, and particularly green tea, can have many health benefits for you and your family. Let's take a closer look at the health benefits of green tea.

  • Beth Ann Caspersen
    December 6, 2012
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    I was nervous about my trip to the D.R. Congo. A war has raged there on and off for decades, and heightened violence and political unrest in 2012 has left more than 500,000 people internally displaced. There was a brief lull in the violence during the month of October, so I took the opportunity to go visit our producer partners at SOPACDI and then make the journey across Lake Kivu to visit the Panzi Hospital.

  • Ashley Cheuk
    December 6, 2012
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    Here are some holiday gift ideas that are tasty, affordable, and support small farmer co-ops worldwide.

  • Jessica Jones-Hughes
    October 2, 2012
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    dark chocolate stackLooking for a late afternoon sweet craving? After dinner dessert? What if you could satisfy your sweet tooth guilt free, support small scale farmers AND actually be healthy. Is it possible? Equal Exchange has just the chocolate bar for you, in 9 alluring varieties.

  • Anonymous
    August 1, 2012
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    Kathy Zielinski of St. Monica-St. George Parish Newman Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, shares how she and her congregation have supported small farmers for over 20 years with Equal Exchange. Many thanks to this amazing church for their years of partnership. See their Fair Trade website for more info. 
     

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