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FAIR TRADE


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  • "We are enriching half the world before we finish breakfast", once declared Martin Luther King.


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  • Fair Trade is a growing, international movement which ensures that producers in poor countries get a fair deal.


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    False

  • WTO means Western Trading Association.


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    False

  • The first Fair Trade shop was opened in London in 1969.


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  • Coffee is the second most valuable traded commodity in the world.


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    False

  • Coffee was the first Fair Trade labelled product.


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  • Of the €2.50 you might pay for a jar of Brazilian coffee, at least 50c (20%) will go to the grower who produced it.


  • True
    False

  • Child labour makes up a third coffee pickers in Kenya.


  • True
    False

  • Cocoa is the main ingredient in of all chocolate. Over half of Ghana’s export income comes from cocoa.


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  • The price farmers in Ghana received for cocoa fell by 20% in 1999.


  • True
    False

  • The price of chocolate also fell by 20% in 1999.


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    False

  • Over one third of all pesticides used in the world are sprayed on bananas.


  • True
    False

  • Between 2000 and 2001, Fair Trade labelled products, coffee registered the highest sales.


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    False

  • There are many ways to recognise a Fair Trade product…


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    False

  • Fair Trade products are more expensive than other brands.


  • True
    False


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