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Visit the University of Aberdeen Fairtrade web pages at: Pictures courtesy of the © Fairtrade Foundation Can you ensure what you are purchasing provides the producer with a fair wage, good working conditions, and that the product is manufactured with some level of social responsibility?
Visit the University of Aberdeen Fairtrade web pages at: Pictures courtesy of the © Fairtrade Foundation You can if you buy products with the Fairtrade Mark juices rice sugar honey
Visit the University of Aberdeen Fairtrade web pages at: Pictures courtesy of the © Fairtrade Foundation To find out more about Fairtrade – why not attend one of our events during Fairtrade Fortnight?
Visit the University of Aberdeen Fairtrade web pages at: Pictures courtesy of the © Fairtrade Foundation Events 25/02/08 - Matthew Algie hot chocolate and muffin promo at Tiki café, the Hub 26/02/08 – Free tea and coffee stall at Elph cloisters 28/02/08 – Stall selling Fairtrade goodies within IMS, free pancake samples at the Hub 03/03/08 – Matthew Algie hot chocolate and muffin promo at Tiki café, Zeste, followed by a Quiz with free stovies 04/03/08 – Free tea and coffee stall at Regent foyer 06/03/08 – Stall selling Fairtrade goodies at the Hub, with free pancake sample stall at IMS
Visit the University of Aberdeen Fairtrade web pages at: Pictures courtesy of the © Fairtrade Foundation Grand finale! Talk by Julius Ethangatha, a Kenyan Fairtrade Tea Producer at Zeste, Friday 7 th March, from 3.30pm onwards. Events
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