Definitions for "Fair trade"
a movement advocating for trade that contributes to environmental protection, fair wages, and good working conditions. Fair trade coffee is widely available across Canada and other fairly-traded products are becoming more available.
is a commitment to social justice in which employees and farmers are treated and paid fairly, sustainable environmental practices are followed and long-term trade relationships are fostered. Food Security as defined by The BC Food Systems Network is a community in which all people, at all times, have access to nutritious, safe, personally acceptable and culturally appropriate foods, produced in ways that are environmentally sound and socially just.
trading which tries to make sure that the people who make the products in developing countries receive a fair price.
Occurs when manufacturers agree to 'fair' return to raw material producers – a return above that which the market would normally impose, and above poverty levels.
an agreed constriction based on predetermined terms
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See entry in Section II.
An indication that the people who originally created the product have been fairly compensated for their work.