• Time to order Fair Trade Kosher for Passover Chocolate

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    The first Seder of Passover is Monday, April 10, so it’s time to start planning!  Fair Trade Judaica is proud to partner with Equal Exchange and T’ruah in promoting Fair Trade (Child labor free) Kosher for Passover chocolate.  Includes 8 different flavors, as well as chocolate chips for baking!  Allow 5-10 days for shipping!

  • Decorate Your Seder Table

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    We just received a new shipment of beautifully handcrafted wire and bead matzah boxes to grace your Seder table, available in three colors (turquoise multi-colored, white, dark blue)   Your purchase helps these artisans who are supporting families they left behind in Zimbabwe, when they moved to South Africa to seek work.  Fair Trade assures that they are making a fair and living wage for their craft.

     

     

     

  • 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

    February 27, 2017 -

    Deep appreciation to R. Bennett Miller for his eloquent weaving of our experiences with Mayan artisans and our Shabbat morning davenning, only a few weeks ago in Guatemala. The Torah of Tapestry in Guatemala By Rabbi Bennett F. Miller Recently, I joined a group mission to Guatemala, sponsored by Maya Works and Fair Trade Judaica. […]


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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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