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Fair trade has developed in an amazing way over the last 20 or more years and this book details its achievements and the challenges faced in ensuring that more producers benefit from its continuing success.
Many of the authors of this book were responsible for the initial success of fair trade and here they highlight the importance of making sure that farmers and other producers are still the key beneficiaries, especially when fair trade products now often appear on our supermarket shelves and on the packaging of global companies.
The different chapters are illustrated with real-life case studies and cover the tensions between operators who vary greatly in size, the effects of recession, environmental policy and the danger of large scale operators incorporating fair trade more in word than in deed.
Edited by John Bowes with a foreword by Mary Robinson.
Dimensions: H 200 mm x W 130 mm
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