• World Fair Trade Day 2014

    Fair Trade Your Shabbat on World Fair Trade Day

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    World Fair Trade Day (WFTD) is the largest Fair Trade event of the year in North America and around the world, and falls on Shabbat, May 10 this year.  Fair Trade Judaica has put together a variety of ideas and resources to help you celebrate Fair Trade Shabbat.

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    Jewish Blessing Flags from Nepal

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    NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE FOR SALE! These Jewish Blessing Flags were designed and produced in Nepal, working directly with fair trade artisans, and are the first of Fair Trade Judaica’s own line of products. Read more about how the flags were developed and the Jewish symbolism integrated into their design…

  • Dark Side Boy with Logo Feature

    DVD and Screening Kit Available

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    Gather friends and community together to watch “The Dark Side of Chocolate”, a documentary about child labor in the cocoa fields. Our kit includes the 45 minute DVD, screening kit, handouts, resources for Fair Trade Kosher chocolate, and everything you need to conduct an educational and inspiring program.

 
  • Recent Blog Post

    April 10, 2014 -

    SHEHECHIYANU!   We can finally eat chocolate on Passover that’s been certified not to have been made with trafficked child labor! Why is this so important? Every Passover we gather as family and community, to celebrate our people’s freedom. We are obligated to tell the story of the Exodus, our journey from slavery to liberation. As […]


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  • It All Begins with the Artisans

    There would be no fair trade Judaica products if it weren't for the hard work and creativity of the artisans. In addition, they share with us the richness of their cultural heritage by using traditional craft methods, like weaving on a backstrap looms, as well as the colors and designs they have inherited.
     
    We are proud to bring you the faces behind these fair trade Judaica products, and share some of the stories of the people who touch our lives with their work.
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