Selling Socially Conscious Goods on Campus Gains Popularity

By: David Tan Dar-Wei - Published: Apr 22, 2009 • References: &
So, you have all heard about fair trade goods such as those coffees from McDonald’s; now universities have begun joining in the fight to ensure fairness for third world farmers.
To become stamped as a fair trade university, universities have to strive to increase the amount of fair trade goods sold on campus. This can include food and beverages sold in cafes.
Through this, universities are hoping to spread awareness regarding fair trade and how it affects those in developing countries. Stats for Fair Trade Universities Trending: Older & Chilly
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