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Food insecurity and poverty are key issues in rural Kenya. An innovative solution: Strengthening land rights for women […]
We asked members of its staff and editorial board for some of their current favorite products that are women-grown, -owned, or -made. Find them online or at your favorite natural food store! […]
Fair trade labels are everywhere now: on your coffee and your tea, on your t-shirt, and your toothpaste. Yet on […]
A new report entitled The Global Business of Forced Labor finds serious issues of forced labor, poor labor conditions, and […]
Every dollar spent on food costs us two dollars in health and environmental damages. It’s clear that our planet can no longer afford industrial food as it is destroying our planet and our health.
Seven principles that fair trade and climate advocates can agree on.
“There is no food sovereignty without land; land really is the basis of power, and it does not get simpler than that. Land is the primary mechanism for many of us poor folks and people of color to actually have something to stand on and have a future to farm. And it is not just a matter of having access to land that we can lease for five years at a time, but a place where we can actually build our identity.”
Fair World Project asked members of its staff and editorial board for some of their current favorite products that support traditional foods and the communities they are rooted in. Find them online or at your favorite natural food store!