Posted: July 2016
If you think that the country and its politicians have gone bananas and nothing make sense, well here are some bananas that do make sense. Fairtrade bananas give a better return to their 11,000 farmers. Workers on Fairtrade certified banana plantations have invested a third of their Fairtrade premium into housing improvements. So by choosing bananas with the Fairtrade logo, we can all make a real difference to lots of people overseas. So if you are going bananas, go Fairtrade!
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