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1US. Of a product: regulated by a Fair Trade Law. Now chiefly historical.
2Of a foodstuff or other product: produced according to principles of fair trade.
1950s; earliest use found in The American Economic Review. Partly from fair trade + -ed, and partly from fair + traded, after fair trade.
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