Fair-trade meaning

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Designating or of an agreement whereby a seller undertakes to charge no less than the minimum price set by a manufacturer on a specified trademarked or brand-name commodity: most U.S. states no longer permit such agreements.
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To sell (a commodity or goods) under such an agreement.
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Produced in such a way that all producers of the product receive a fair wage for their work.
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A system of trading promoting more equitable global trade, especially to sellers and producers in poorer areas, but also to the environment.
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The definition of fair-trade is an agreement by a seller to pay fair wages and provide good working conditions to those producing goods in a developing country.

An example of fair-trade is a coffee grower that pays their workers well and gives them a healthy work environment.

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Trade carried on according to a commercial agreement under which distributors sell products of a given class at no less than a minimum price set by the manufacturer.
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Trade that is considered fair because it respects workers' rights and minimizes environmental damage.
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Trade done within the stipulations of a fair-trade agreement.
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Origin of fair-trade