SEATTLE - Diana Crane, community relations manager at PCC Natural Markets here, has seen the impact fair trade can have on farmers in the developing world. And so, too, have her customers. That's because Crane flew to Costa Rica in March to visit with farmers who benefit from the business practice. The eight-unit, natural food cooperative has also had farmers from developing countries come to its stores to explain to customers how, if not for fair trade, their children might have to work ...

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