There’s bound to be a bunch of rugby balls pur­chased this month and next, so why not make them Fair­trade balls.

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Per­fect your spi­ral punt as­sured in the knowl­edge that who­ever pro­duced the ball was not a child or an ex­ploited worker, or can af­ford to feed their family hav­ing been paid a fair wage for their work. The ball is the fruit of Etico’s labour, a small com­pany based in Mel­bourne, which also pro­duces a range of balls (un­der the name Jinta) and fash­ion and footwear (Etico). The Etico brand was the first non-food brand to gain Fair­trade cer­ti­fi­ca­tion. Or­der on­line at

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