So you might be asking, "What is this 'fair trade' thing they keep talking about?"

Well, let us spell it out for ya!  The term "fair trade" is most easily defined as trade in which fair prices are paid to producers, especially in marginalized and developing countries.  The producers can range from farmers to textile weavers, and are typically those people at the bottom of the supply chain.  The "Fair Trade" label is not intended to be used lightly, and qualified producers are required to follow laws prohibiting child labor, forced labor, trafficked labor and other exploitative working conditions. 

The Marketgrace is committed to making the world a better place, and by choosing fair trade products, we are working to fight against all forms of slave and sweatshop labor, while empowering the producers in our supply chain.