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Fair for Life promotes an approach of Fair Trade that allows all producers and workers who are at a socio-economic disadvantage to access a wider range of social and economic benefits. Fair Trade is part of a broader context of sustainable development within a region that safeguards and supports the local social fabric, particularly in rural settings. These principles hold true equally well in the Global South as the Global North and apply throughout the whole supply chain covering producers, traders, manufacturers and brand holders.

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Before Açaí do Amapa Agro-Industrial Ltda., Fair Trade guidelines for Açaí did not exist. Working hand-in-hand to develop these rigorous standards, Sambazon remains the first Açaí Company to be both…
 
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