3 BRING IT ON HOME

If a new alternative food movement has its way, Ethiopian coffee growers and Georgia pecan farmers will soon have a lot in common. Building momentum in the shadow of its international counterpart, domestic fair trade looks to bring to the home front those same principles of sustainability and market equity that have proved so popular for international products. True, an American farm doesn't exactly

If a new alternative food movement has its way, Ethiopian coffee growers and Georgia pecan farmers will soon have a lot in common.

Building momentum in the shadow of its international counterpart, domestic fair trade looks to bring to the home front those same principles of sustainability and market equity that have proved so popular for international products. True, an American farm doesn't exactly face Third World obstacles, but organizers believe the bar could be set higher.

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