Patagonia says that 192 of the styles of garments it is selling this autumn are Fair Trade certified, up from 33 last spring. The company has added four certified factory in Sri Lanka and one in Los Angeles to its list of suppliers. It is now working with factories in Thailand, Vietnam, Colombia and Mexico to enroll them into the Fair Trade program. For every Fair Trade certified item produced, Patagonia pays a portion of the cost into a special workers' fund that can be used for cash bonuses or for social, economic and environmental projects. Workers at India's Pratibha Syntex, the first Fair Trade factory to have been used by Patagonia, received last year a total bonus of $76,000, equivalent to nine days of wages per worker.