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Fair Trade Minneapolis

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Environment
  • International
  • Women

Location

4133 Ewing Ave SMinneapolis, MN 55410 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To empower people to choose Fair Trade products (coffee, chocolate, etc.) so global farmers and artisans earn a fair and sustainable living.

Description

Fair Trade Minneapolis needs help. We started on May 6, 2020 & in Nov 2021, we got our 501(c)(3) tax exemption.

To raise awareness of Fair Trade and sales of Fair Trade products, we’re giving Fair Trade Awards to retailers and cafes in Minneapolis that sell two or more Fair Trade products.

We've given out 24 Fair Trade Awards already! On their Fair Trade Award is the number of Fair Trade products that they sell. Be sure to ask an employee, "Which Fair Trade products do you sell?"

Ask this at: Hi-Lo Diner, Lake & Irving, Namaste Cafe, Hell's Kitchen-Minneapolis, Sparrow Cafe, Sam's Market on W 35th, Wedge and Linden Hills Co-op, Kyle's Market at W 36th & Bryant, 36LYN Refuel Station at 36th & Lyndale, Birchwood Cafe, Chowgirls Catering, La La Homemade Ice Cream & Luncheonette, moto-i, Casablanca Foods, UP Coffee Roasters, Bryn Mawr Market, Third Avenue Food Market, Heartfelt at 4306 Upton Ave S, Guse Green Grocer, Heather’s Restaurant, Sam’s Market and Meat at 1532 E 35th St, Fireroast Cafe, Sisters' Sludge Coffee Cafe and Wine Bar, and Tare Market.

Could you please help us count Fair Trade products at more retailers and cafes in Minneapolis, especially those in your neighborhood?

Thank you.

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