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 Celebrating Black History Month with Fair Trade products from Africa 

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Celebrate Black History Month with some of our favorite Fair Trade products from African farmers and artisans. Fair Trade empowers farmers and producers in Africa and around the world, promoting equity, self-determination, and paying a fair wage.

  • JusTea’s Artisanal Tea Cottage Factory in Kenya’s Nandi Hills produces direct-from-farm teas, creating new jobs and keeping profits in the community.
  • Beyond Good by Madécasse buys cacao direct from farmers in Madagascar and Uganda, cutting out middlemen and paying farmers six times the industry standard price. Their Madagascar factory employs local Malagasy workers and produces a million bars per year. 
  • Equal Exchange has been at the forefront of the Fair Trade movement for 35 years, working with small farmer organizations in Africa, Latin America, and Asia. By working with and supporting democratically owned and controlled producer organizations, Equal Exchange promotes safe and sustainable farm and work conditions, the rights of workers to organize, the equitable distribution of economic risks and rewards, and the ability of consumers to make purchases that support their values.
  • Alaffia is a social enterprise investing in a more equitable future for the people of Togo, West Africa, by cultivating beauty, equality, and empowerment. Alaffia pays a fair price, employs thousands of women, and sources indigenous West African ingredients like shea butter and palm oil. 
  • African Market Baskets are woven by women in Bolgatanga, Ghana, near the edge of the Sahara. This traditional skill earns a fair price to help supplement livelihoods from farming and herding.

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