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Where to shop for Fair Trade Certified products

By Oxfam
Fair Trade bananas, marketed by Oke USA, can now be found in about 70 locations around New England, including in co-op supermarkets, natural food stores, and college campuses.

If you're sold on the idea of Fair Trade Certified products, bananas aren't the only good things to sink your teeth into. There are a host of teas and coffees, cocoa and fresh fruits-including mangoes, pineapples, and grapes-now being offered by more than 35,000 retail outlets around the country.

In the Boston area alone, where Oxfam America has its headquarters, Transfair USA-a certifier of fair trade products-lists eight places that carry these goods. For Boston shoppers who want to make a difference in farmers' lives, here's where to go:

  • Trader Joe's
  • DeLuca's Market
  • Bean & Leaf Café
  • Flat Black Coffee Company
  • Whole Foods Market
  • J.P. Licks
  • Haley House
  • Savenor's

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