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    Fair Trade DAYENU Song

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    So grateful to Talia Cooper for submitting this song to our Pesach Child Labor Free Song Contest – it won second place and has gone viral around the country. Transform a traditional song into a call for contemporary justice for children!

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    Chocolate Charoset Recipe

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    What better way to celebrate Fair Trade Kosher for Passover Chocolate this year than be creative and enjoy Chocolate Charoset.  This recipe comes from Philip Gelb, a well beloved vegan chef and caterer in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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    Fair Trade Your Seder – Resources

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    This Passover, may we tell the story of thousands of children, often trafficked and without choice, laboring in the cocoa fields, and help bring about their freedom. Resources include our Haggadah supplement, “Fair Trade Dayenu” song, a chocolate charoset recipe, a special kavannah for eating Fair Trade Kosher for Passover chocolate, and much more.

 
  • Recent Blog Post

    April 5, 2016 -

    Why Does the  Chocolate Say “Equal Exchange”?  by Rabbi Michael Rothbaum,  Congregation Beth El in Berkeley, CA The Youth and Family Education Program bought chocolate for today’s Purim fun from a company whose chocolate is what’s called “Fair Trade.” It means the cocoa growers have been paid fairly, that working conditions for the growers were healthy and […]


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    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.
     
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