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What Does The Symbol Of Fair Trade Stand For?

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It means it gives a fair price for what the farmers have produced
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Many people never think about what the fair trade mark means, thinking its just a sign that makes people think about Fair Trade. But there is more to the blue, green and black symbol than people think. The fair trade mark shows that the product it is on is “Fair Trade certified” meaning that it has been grown and produced from a fair trade farmer and this trade mark has been copy righted so that unless they are actually produced from a fair trade farmer and cannot be forged by any farmers who are not from fair trade. The mark of Fair Trade is used in over 50 countries around the world.
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Fair trade is when the farmers get what they worked to get(money)
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It means the two parts showing one larger than the other. It represents money and it not being fair
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The logo shows that the product is directly from africa ect....
It shows people are getting more money if you buy this product.
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Fair Trade makes a huge difference in producers lives!
Many answers to this question can be found at

www.transfairusa.org/
The only company that certifies in the US
Also check out:



www.fairtrade.net Hope this helps!
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The fair trade logo means that people have not been made to pick up eg. Coffee beans or cocoa solids. If this does not help you than I am happy for you to email me and tell me what is wrong with it.

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