The Organic Radio Show Hosts a Fair Trade Series with Fair Trade USA on the First Friday of Each Month
New York, NY (News4us.com) December 4, 2010
Starting on December 3, 2010, “The Organic Radio Show” will host a Fair Trade industry partner on the first Friday of each month. Listen for uplifting and informative stories of how Fair Trade Certified products sold in the United States help to empower farming communities and alleviate poverty around the world.
Dec. 3, 2010, 12pm EST: Adam Bulletin of Liberty & Justice and the Liberian Women’s Sewing Project, and Tierra Forte, Business Development Manager for Fair Trade USA, discuss the ground-breaking new Fair Trade Certified™ apparel program
Jan. 7, 2011, 12pm EST: Zac Posen, Founder and CEO of Kopali Organics
Callers are welcome to join the conversations by calling (917) 932-1068 during the shows. The Internet talk-radio shows will stream live at http://blogtalkradio.com/theorganicview. An archive will be available at the same link immediately following the show or listeners can subscribe to the archives via the RSS feed located on the page. Listeners can also download the podcast on iTunes.
About The Organic View Radio Show
“The Organic View Radio Show” is an interactive, live, Internet talk-radio show that focuses on leaders, innovators, educators and activists who work within industries that involve organics, environment, animal rights, humanitarian and healthy living. Host, June Stoyer, explores the careers, advice, passion and personality of each guest. Questions are taken by the audience via Twitter @TheOrganicView, Skype, Facebook and email. The show is broadcast live, daily at 12 pm, Eastern Standard Time and has listeners all over the world. Read more about the host and the discussion on The Organic View’s website at http://www.TheOrganicView.com.
About Fair Trade USA
Fair Trade USA (previously TransFair USA), a nonprofit organization, is the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in the United States. Fair Trade USA audits and certifies transactions between U.S. companies and their international suppliers to guarantee that the farmers and workers producing Fair Trade Certified goods were paid fair prices and wages.
The organization also educates consumers, brings new manufacturers and retailers into the Fair Trade system, and provides farmers with tools, training and resources to thrive as international businesspeople. Visit http://www.FairTradeUSA.org for more information.
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