Nashvillian turns Fair Trader

Wednesday, August 10, 2005 at 1:00am

After traveling to developing countries to meet with coffee and tea growers, Rotary scholar Sarah Scarborough recently returned home to Nashville to share her new mission with family and friends: marketing fair trade products.

Now living in New Zealand, Scarborough has partnered with another transplanted Nashvillian there, Brandon Daniell, to introduce a new brand of fair trade teas and coffees called Scarborough Fair to foreign markets, including the United States.

The products are certified by the international Fairtrade Labeling Organizations (FLO), which guarantees workers in developing nations

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