UK: Co-operative Group: making a fair trade in coffee (COMMENT)
In 2002 the Co-op replaced its entire own brand chocolate range with Fairtrade products. Following the success of this operation, the company now plans to follow suit with its own brand coffee and become the UK's leading ethical retailer. As consumer awareness of ethical consumer goods increases, more retailers will find that they have to tow the line.
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