We love sharing fall recipes, and what says fall more than pumpkin flavored everything? This delicious bread is perfect for a lazy morning breakfast treat.
Here’s something to be scared about this Halloween: your child’s chocolate likely came at the expense of another child if it’s not fair-trade chocolate. Learn more about what's at stake and why fair trade matters from a quick video by Equal Exchange.
This is a big month for the cocoa industry. Large corporations are lining up to get you to buy their chocolate for your sweetheart. What’s not so sweet is the child labor and human trafficking that brought you that chocolate.
Everyone's minds is on Valentine's Day. Give in — but taste the difference from fairly traded chocolate! We've got recommendations for you to explore and try something new from among our best-in-class bars.
Get ready for trick-or-treaters, and keep them goblin up (forgive the pun) the fair-trade chocolate. Here are a few suggestions to keep the fun in Halloween while still respecting human rights.
Check out a new video from Equal Exchange and contemplate the power of the stories behinds the products. This is why we work with values-driven producers.
Small farmers in rural northern Haiti continue to empower themselves and develop new livelihoods. Now they are working with Taza to source the first premium Haitian cacao to be made into U.S. chocolate bars. Watch a short video about the direct-trade relationship that's just started!
All the sugar in Divine chocolate is fair-trade certified and sourced from the Kasinthula Cane Growers Association in Malawi. With climate change having serious effects there, farmers are just recovering from widespread floods that swept away homes and crops across the country.
Here's a great infographic that explains the difference between typical trade and fair trade in the chocolate industry. Choosing Equal Exchange chocolate ensures that you can feel good about where your chocolate comes from.