WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. — Weeks after revisions to Fair Trade USA’s widely criticized certification policy pacified some critics, the third-party certifier is the target of another contentious campaign. The latest gripe comes from worker-owned cooperative Equal Exchange here, which has set out to create the awareness necessary for consumers, retailers and other stakeholders to support what it deems authentic fair trade. “It’s no longer sufficient to look for ...

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