Gilday's is local link to the global fair trade movement
WILLMAR -- The dangling tawny-colored earrings in the jewelry case at Gilday's are handmade by women in Afghanistan. A matching necklace and bracelet of green malachite are crafted in cottage industries in the Himalayas.
Then there are the tiny bottles of skin-softening marula oil from Africa and the handbags from Nepal.
Sandy Evans plucks a sleek black handbag from the shelf and invites a visitor to guess what it's made from.
Recycled leather? Recycled plastic?
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