US: Fair Trade Certified scheme “making progress”
By Richard Woodard | 5 February 2013
The Fair Trade Certified apparel pilot programme initiated by Fair Trade USA is making good progress, according to a report from the organisation's Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) for apparel.
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