OAKLAND, Calif. — A consumer advocacy group whose criticism prompted Fair Trade USA to revise its multiple ingredient policy, is encouraged by a new draft policy but says there is room for improvement. “By and large I think it’s a positive step but I do hope [Fair Trade USA] can incorporate some of the changes we’re requesting,” Ryan Zinn, campaign director of the Organic Consumer Association’s Fair World Project, told SN. The draft policy reserves ...

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