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It’s an uncomfortable truth that for poor farmers and workers in supply chains - including Fairtrade supply chains - to earn a living wage, we must be prepared to pay more for goods such as tea and bananas. It’s one of Fairtrade’s radically conservative propositions: a little less profit at one end of the supply chain can mean a lot more dignity for people at the other. The time to rebalance the scales is long overdue so we have to pick up the pace of change.
Fairtrade International Executive Director Harriet Lamb on the challenges facing the global Fairtrade movement following its 25th Anniversary.
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