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What Is Fair Trade?
Fair Trade is an organization that supports fair income, workers rights, as well as producing a better quality for goods. It makes principals of fairness and shows decency in the market place.
How Does Fair Trade Work?
Fair Trade needs businesses to invest in them. The more money they earn, the more
farmers they can
(Growth in the fair trade business.)
How Does Fair Trade Help?
Fair Trade is a movement aimed at helping people. It not only pays fair wages to producers, but also supports them by supplying financial and technical assistance. Fair Trade is designed to help people while creating development for families and communities.
What can YOU do?
With this video, take a step farther!
Some people decide to take a step ahead!
Is Fair Trade Doing The Right Thing?
Fair trade has many advantages and disadvantages, but everyone should have the right to be educated and live a good life! So, Yes, Fair Trade is doing the right thing.
What Kind of Changes Have Happened Since Fair Trade?
Fair trade has undergone several changes since its early days following world war 2. Mostly to workers lives. If workers get more money for there products, they can educate there children and themselves. Education is important in undeveloped countries, more jobs come, more money is earned for the country. Therefore, it helps the workers and the government. Also, since many people will then be educated, they can help with peoples needs, for example, health. Peoples lives won't be in danger anymore, which is also good for the country's population.
THE BIG QUESTION!
Who started fair trade, Why did it start? Who supported it? Did they think ahead? Where was the most Fair Trade seen? What are the things that make us look away from Fair Trade?Why are consumers slowly changing there ways of shopping and helping fair trade grow bigger to help more workers with very less pay and no worker rights live better?
Call us crazy, but Fair Trade actually started from just an ordinary young lady in 1946. Her name was Edna Ruth Byler.
Edna was very interested in the beauty women could create just by using a needle and fabric. She borrowed their work and promised to give something in return. Soon many people started this bartering system and more shops started popping up.
But businesses wanted more money for less products, and fair trade's prices were ridiculous! Fair Trade didn't call themselves that in the early days,
they thought there
prices were normal.
So, Fair Trade was
The Come Back
The prices and pays for workers were getting extremely low. So low, they couldn't even afford to live. Then, a old bargaining business from the 1900 came back, offering to pay Fair prices, good products and better lives. They called this organization "Fair Trade".
How Can Fair Trade be more successful?
If consumers were educated of the benefits of Fair Trade, it would be more likely for them to change shopping habits to buying Fair Trade certificated products. One way they can find out if there product is fair trade cerficied or not is if it has a fair trade logo, or not.
Why Should Consumers Consider Fair Trade?
You might think Fair Trade is only good for the producers. You must be wondering why you should buy products for higher price. Well, that might be a disadvantage to you, but those prices are not high, they are the actual prices for the products. That is how it was in the 1900 and how it is now! So, even if they are the actual prices, why else should you buy it?
What does Fair Trade Change?
Fair Trade Changes This:
Will YOU buy Fair Trade?
Can Companies Marketing Get Better?
Using Fair Trade equals
higher prices for the
products, but using
Fair Trade makes
workers make better
products, so, that will
Also, Fair Trade will leave a positive impression on your consumers, those who care of course. It may cause more people to volunteer since they know you care! You can also be viewed in the local Fair Trade guide if you keep enough Fair Trade products! Plus, You will stand out! It is not
everyday we see a Fair Trade
Will Fair Trade Get Bigger in the Future?
Seeing Fair Trade get bigger every year , it is very possible for Fair Trade to get big like other big organization. Seeing from data, in 2020, the amount of Fair Trade certified products will be at least 50% more then it is now! I guess people really have a heart!
Fair Trade is good for our environment. Knowing all the population and garbage in our land, we can not afford to have more ecological problems!Fair Trade supports sustainable practices that minimize our environmental footprint. Fair Trade also means better quality products. Crafts are often handmade, which adds into closer attention to detail and in the end higher-quality products. Think about it, you wouldn't want to make better quality products if you were forced to do it! Would you?
Fair Trade means better tasting food. Farmers crops are grown and harvested in smaller quantities. As a result, Fair Trade food is fresher and tastier. Fair Trade is safe. Fair Trade actively promotes mixed farm management systems that improve soil fertility and preserve valuable ecosystems, and limit the use of harmful chemicals that present dangers to farmers’ health. That means food that’s safer for you and for the people who grow it.
Think About It!
So, Now Do You Think You Know Everything About
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