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Fair trade is when products including food, drink and crafts, are sourced through a fair supply chain. This means the farmers, producers and artisans are all treated fairly. Standards of dignity, respect, equality and fairness are agreed upon, certified and met.
Fair trade allows farmers, producers and artisans to be paid a fair price for the things they make and to have better working conditions.
Some products that are not fair trade are made by workers who are not paid enough to live. The people might have to work in unsafe conditions and they might be children.
When a consumer buys a fair trade product they know the workers that made the product have been treated fairly.
Yes, there is! There are lots of different logos and each one means something slightly different. You can learn more about them on the Fair Trade Winds website.
The first Fair Trade Label was used in 1988. It was created by a Dutch organisation to sell coffee. The label was called ‘Max Havelaar’. Max Havelaar is a Dutch book about someone similar to Robin Hood.
Planning looks quite detailed, engaging and differentiated to support everyone’s learning :)
This unit has some good ideas but needed a lot of tweaking to make a suitable unit for my Y3 class. This made it a rather expensive buy and not the best value for money for me.
Exactly what I was looking for, thank you.
We're so pleased to hear that - thanks, Molly!
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Thanks, Kyla :-)
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