just the answer - Paul Chandler, Traidcraft

By Ben Cooper | 27 February 2012

The Fairtrade Foundation has reported a 12% rise in estimated retail sales of Fairtrade products in the UK for 2011 to GBP1.32bn (US$2.09bn). Chief executive of Fairtrade pioneer Traidcraft, Paul Chandler, discusses the continued strong growth in Fairtrade, the pros and cons of multinational involvement and the potential for further growth.

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The Fairtrade Foundation has reported a 12% rise in estimated retail sales of Fairtrade products in the UK for 2011 to GBP1.32bn (US$2.09bn). Chief executive of Fairtrade pioneer Traidcraft, Paul Chandler, discusses the continued strong growth in Fairtrade, the pros and cons of multinational involvement and the potential for further growth.

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