To what extent are small-scale coffee producers in Latin America the primary beneficiaries of Fair Trade?

Fair Trade

By: Larissa Zemke ABSTRACT Fair Trade[1] presents an alternative to traditional forms of international aid[2] because the livelihoods of small-scale producers and communities, as well as the economic growth of developing nations, are supported through trade, since they receive a ‘fair’ price from developing nations for the goods they produce. The founders of the fair …

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