During late summer, the harvest of garden herbs is at its peak. Why not try using fair trade, or small garden grown, herbs and spices?
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There are many benefits to using fair trade herbs and spices. These crops tend to be more environmentally sustainable, and the profits from them tend to be invested in local communities. Schools thrive. New clinics open. When you flavor your food with fair trade herbs and spices, you know that the community that grew them will benefit directly.
Besides, we could all use less salt and more herbs and spices in our diets.
A number of companies, such as Frontier Co-op and Mountain Rose Herbs, will ship fair trade herbs and spices to you. You can also start your own herb garden with supplies from companies like Seeds of Change. Learn more about companies like Mountain Rose Herbs, and their commitment to bettering the lives of their suppliers, at the button above!
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