Over at the Tasty Bite in Thrapston, our new shop is taking shape. Right at the back of the cafe, we’re nestled next to the art work of Keith Hill. Here’s hoping you’re near enough to take a look! We’ve already sold a few pieces but head along there now and you’ll see jewellery including; […]
Here at AmbaNature we’re excited about our new website, it’s already taking shape. Like most websites it will take a while to get all the products loaded and the prices and shipping all right so please bear with us. Meanwhile, you will be able to find our products really soon on Thrapston High Street!
[…] And so, because of this, Fair Trade organizations have become a necessity. Fair Trade organizations tell us that the word “fair” can mean many things to many people. Yes, it is about more than just paying a fair wage. It means that trading partnerships are based on reciprocal benefits and mutual respect; prices paid to producers reflect the work they do; workers have the right to organize; national health, safety, and wage laws are enforced, and products are environmentally sustainable and conserve natural resources. (Fair Trade Resource Website) […]
The staff and Board announce that Fair Trade Resource Network will be shutting down as of May 31, 2014. While we are disappointed that we won’t be able to advance Fair Trade from our own organization, we commit to supporting Fair Trade through other organizations and activities. We are proud of all that FTRN has […]
Photo: David Bronner, President, Dr. Bronner’s Dr. Bronner’s started sourcing certified organic ingredients for its products in 2000 out of a desire to support sustainable agriculture without synthetic chemical fertilizers and pesticides. While this was a great first step towards sustainability, thecompany realized that questionable pricing, wages, and working conditions for farmers and workers producing […]