Posted by: crisdiaz24 | November 26, 2015

Do Farmers Really Benefit From Fair Trade Labels? _ Video

DO FARMERS REALLY BENEFIT FROM FAIR TRADE LABELS?

 

 

  1. Children are being exploited on cocoa plantations.
  2. Pesticides are poisoning both the environment and the _____________________.
  3. Consumers are usually _____________________ of the working conditions of farmers.
  4. The Swiss State Secretary for Economic Affairs has _____________________ the world’s first study to answer some of the questions previously asked.
  5. All labels improved _____________________ for the workers.
  6. SECO [1]was interested in _____________________.
  7. Labels provide farmers with _____________________.
  8. The extra know-how [2]helps to increase the _____________________.
  9. These better trained farmers produce better quality _____________________.
  10. All labels show _____________________.
  11. Bernhard Herold claims that there are other criteria regarding Fair Trade labels apart from _____________________.
  12. Fair Trade for cocoa and coffee exclusively works with _____________________, some of which are in _____________________.
  13. The study looked at what the labels required regarding:
  1. The new SECO study works on how Fair Trade affects _____________________.
  2. SECO supports all labels which boost _____________________.

 

 

Husbandry:

a :  the cultivation or production of plants or animals :  agriculture

b :  the scientific control and management of a branch of farming and especially of domestic animals

[1] The SECO is Switzerland’s competence centre for the most important issues relating to economic policy.

[2] Know-how:  knowledge of how to do something smoothly and efficiently :  expertise.

 

KEY

 

  1. WORKERS
  2. UNAWARE
  3. LAUNCHED
  4. CONDITIONS
  5. FARMERS’ INCOMES
  6. BETTER TRAINING
  7. HARVEST
  8. GOODS
  9. GOOD RESULTS
  10. HIGHER / BETTER SALARIES
  11. SMALL FARMERS – VERY REMOTE AREAS
  12. ENVIRONMENT – SOCIAL ASPECTS – ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
  13. THE FARMERS
  14. SUSTAINABILITY
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