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  1. Homepage Homepage Benefits Products Facts Links Events Fair trade is law that deems all producers of the goods that we buy, should get a fair cut of the income generated by sales. This is as companies often pay producers a fraction of what they deserve so the capital of the company can increase.

  2. Homepage Facts Benefits Products Facts Links Events 89% of the public trust the Fairtrade logo. 354 UK companies are licensed to trade Fairtrade In the UK, sales of Fairtrade products in 2012 reached £1.5 billion – an 18 per cent increase on the previous year Fairtrade products are now sold in more than 125 countries 25 per cent of all roast and ground retail coffee in the UK is Fairtrade certified Fairtrade products are now sold in more than 125 countries

  3. Homepage Benefits Benefits Products Facts Links Events There are 5 key benefits of fair trade 1. The FAIRTRADE Mark means farmers receive a fair and stable price for their products 2. The FAIRTRADE Mark means extra income for farmers and estate workers to improve their lives. 3. The FAIRTRADE Mark means a greater respect for the environment 4. The FAIRTRADE Mark means small farmers have a stronger position in world markets 5. The FAIRTRADE Mark means a closer link between consumers and producers There are 5 key benefits of fair trade 1. The FAIRTRADE Mark means farmers receive a fair and stable price for their products 2. The FAIRTRADE Mark means extra income for farmers and estate workers to improve their lives. 3. The FAIRTRADE Mark means a greater respect for the environment 4. The FAIRTRADE Mark means small farmers have a stronger position in world markets 5. The FAIRTRADE Mark means a closer link between consumers and producers

  4. Products Benefits Products Facts Links Events Cotton: Clothes, home ware and health & beauty items made with Fairtrade certified cotton... Flowers: Roses, carnations, sunflowers... Coffees: Roast and ground, espresso, decaf, instant... Teas: Black, green, herbal, decaf, rooibos... Juice & Soft Drinks: Orange, tropical, apple, smoothies... Hot chocolate: Drink, instant, cocoa... Fresh fruits: Bananas, pineapples, mangoes, lemons, limes, oranges… Dried fruits Apricots, raisins, sultanas, apples, mangoes... Chocolate & cocoa Dark, milk, white, fruit and nut, mint chocolates, drinking chocolate, hot chocolate, cocoa... Cakes & brownies Chocolate cakes, fruit cakes, Christmas pudding... Biscuits Cookies and shortbread with Fairtrade sugar, chocolate and nuts... Cereals & bars Muesli, flapjacks, fruit bars, sports food... Sweets Toffees, fudge, mints... Chocolate & cocoa Dark, milk, white, fruit and nut, mint chocolates, drinking chocolate, hot chocolate, cocoa... Cakes & brownies Chocolate cakes, fruit cakes, Christmas pudding... Biscuits Cookies and shortbread with Fairtrade sugar, chocolate and nuts... Cereals & bars Muesli, flapjacks, fruit bars, sports food... Sweets Toffees, fudge, mints...

  5. Links Benefits Products Facts Links Events http://www.asda.com/asda_shop/sys/web_sys01_b_initialise.jsp http://www.babipur.co.uk/ http://www.ethicalshopper.com/ http://www.tesco.com/ http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-local/frameset/shelf/F.html http://www.fairtradeboutique.co.uk/index.php

  6. Sources Benefits Products Facts Links Sources http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/