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Fairtrade facts Fairtrade cotton sales rose an astonishing 220%440%660% in Image: Fairtrade Foundation
Fairtrade facts Fairtrade cotton sales rose an astonishing 660% in Image: Fairtrade Foundation
Fairtrade facts One in every foursixeight bananas we eat in the UK is fairly traded. Image:
Fairtrade facts One in every four bananas we eat in the UK is fairly traded. Image:
Fairtrade facts We drink more than 6 million 8 million 10 million Fairtrade hot drinks a day. Image:
Fairtrade facts We drink more than 8 million Fairtrade hot drinks a day. Image:
Fairtrade facts British shoppers spent an estimated £367m £581m £799m on Fairtrade products in 2009.
Fairtrade facts British shoppers spent an estimated £799m on Fairtrade products in 2009.
Coffee, tea, herbal teas, chocolate, cocoa, sugar, bananas, grapes, pineapples, mangoes, avocadoes, apples, citrus fruits, dried fruit, juices, smoothies, biscuits, cakes, honey, jam, chutney and sauces, rice, herbs and spices, seeds, nuts, cereal bars, oils, yoghurt, ice cream, flowers, cotton products and cotton wool.
Fairtrade Foundation Resources
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This project and its actions were made possible due to co-financing by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals Food bingo Food.
Have you joined in the Fairtrade challenge? Have you swapped your usual brands of chocolate for Fairtrade ones? Have you had a Fairtrade cup of tea yet?
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