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Small-Scale Farmers Regenerate our Planet!

World Fair Trade Day, May 13, is a global celebration of fair trade bringing together thousands committed to building healthy and sustainable communities worldwide. Around the world, small-scale farmers are practicing organic, regenerative agriculture that gives back to the land and revitalizes the soil. When you choose fair trade, your purchase benefits farmers, the soil they cultivate, and communities around the globe.

Dedicated fair trade brands invest in their supply chains, supporting the kind of food and farming systems we can all feel good about supporting. Your choices help support those systems too: Choose fair trade this May and every day!

Learn more at: FairWorldProject.org/WorldFairTradeDay

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Celebrate World Fair Trade Day – May 13th

This May 13th, join us in celebrating World Fair Trade Day and the movement of small-scale farmers and artisans around the world. Consumers and mission-driven brands are a key part of this movement too, investing in food and farming systems that feed the planet and give back to the land.

Brands like Alaffia, Alter Eco, Dr. Bronner’s, Equal Exchange, Farmer Direct Co-op, Guayaki Yerba Mate, and Maggie’s Organics are building these supply chains that make a difference—and bringing you products that you can feel good about putting in your shopping cart.

Look for special in-store deals throughout May, and let your purchases be Fair for Farmers every day!

Learn more at FairWorldProject.org/WorldFairTradeDay

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Small Scale Farmers Regenerate our Planet!

On May 13th we celebrate World Fair Trade Day. The purpose: to showcase the small-scale producers at the heart of the fair trade movement and the contributions they make to healthy and sustainable communities around the world.

Small-scale farmers are bringing together traditional farming methods with innovative organic practices to create truly regenerative agriculture. Brands like Alaffia, Alter Eco, Dr. Bronner’s, Equal Exchange, Farmer Direct Co-op, Guayaki Yerba Mate, and Maggie’s Organics are building these supply chains that make a difference—and bringing you products that you can feel good about putting in your shopping cart.

Whether it is deodorant that supports reforestation projects in Togo, coffee that invests in farmer-led trainings in Honduras, or chocolate that contributes to agroforestry in Ecuador, when you choose fair trade products from mission-driven brands, you’re supporting a better future.

Look for special in-store deals throughout May, and let your purchases be Fair for Farmers every day!
Learn more at FairWorldProject.org/WorldFairTradeDay

Sample Long Post 4 (330 words):

Celebrate World Fair Trade Day

This May 13th, join us in celebrating World Fair Trade Day. The purpose: to showcase the small-scale farmers and artisans at the heart of the fair trade movement and the contributions they make to healthy and sustainable communities around the world.

This year we’re highlighting the ways that these small-scale farmers tend the land. By bringing together traditional farming methods with innovative organic practices, they are creating truly regenerative agriculture. Brands like Alaffia, Alter Eco, Dr. Bronner’s, Equal Exchange, Farmer Direct Co-op, Guayaki Yerba Mate, and Maggie’s Organics are building these supply chains that make a difference—and bringing you products that you can feel good about putting in your shopping cart.

Each brand’s products and its producers tell a different story: Alaffia’s deodorant helps support reforestation projects in rural Togo, increasing food security and helping to slow erosion. Alter Eco’s chocolate partners are reintroducing heirloom cacao varietals as part of an agroforestry project in Ecuador. In India, Dr. Bronner’s is partnering with a project that is revitalizing land into a rich, regenerative ecosystem to grow mint oil that puts the tingle in your soap—and a wealth of food and cash crops. Equal Exchange’s coffee helps power deep organic practices, and farmer-led workshops that pass the wisdom on to the next generation of Honduran farmers. Far to the North, members of Farmer Direct Co-op are masters of crop rotation, cycling through hearty legumes, oats, beans, and cover crops to feed the soil and your family. And in Paraguay, Guayaki works with the indigenous Aché Guayaki who cultivate your yerba mate boost in the understory, earning a living in harmony with the rainforest instead of depleting it.

Small-scale producers are growing food and farming systems that give back to their communities and regenerate our planet. When you support the fair trade brands that support them, you’re helping grow that future too.

Look for special in-store deals throughout May, and let your purchases be Fair for Farmers every day!
Learn more at FairWorldProject.org/WorldFairTradeDay