We hit the jackpot on this one. It’s not just one gift, it’s an entire store devoted to sustainable and fair trade products. They have everything from jewelry and cosmetics to food, housewares,and apparel. Stuff so good, you could get your Christmas shopping done way early.

From Trade As One’s website: Our mission is to use fair trade to promote sustainable business and break cycles of poverty and dependency in the developing world. We all have a conscience. We want to make sure people get the chance to use it when they shop.

Check out their vast catalog of goods here

Not only can you browse their site and buy their products, you can find one of their trading posts at cafes, churches and bookstores across the country.

In the corporate world, they have corporate gift options for your employees and/or clients

Check out this video that can explain more than we could in a few words.

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One Comment

  1. Tanu:

    I purchased this, and I think it’s a great syestm. Great sound, and the ability to open the iPod and CD sections with a hand wave is a cool feature. The design is slick, and I like the thin size of it. I’ve played around with the Internet radio too. Some people will balk at having to buy the vTuner app, but if you’re not going to use Internet radio, skip buying it. Of course, if you’re not using Internet radio, you may want to look into the SC-HC35, which costs less, and has the same basic function as this unit. The only real issue I have with this unit is that it seems to be designed for the iPod Touch or the iPhone, as opposed to the iPod Classic. When skipping to the next track, there are times when the syestm will fast forward about 5 seconds, instead of moving to the next track. This happens about every 5 or 6 tracks. Aside from that small gripe, this really is a nice syestm.

    6:27 am on September 13th, 2012

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