Fair Trade Chocolate

7th February 2003 at 00:00
Since the Dubble chocolate bar was launched in 2000 it has become one of the most populular fair trade products in the UK. In 2002 alone, 1,415,232 bars were sold. The cocoa used to make chocolate is bought from Kuapa Kokoo - a co-operative of 35,000 Ghanian farmers. The cocoa is sold at a sustainable price and the farmers receive a share of the profits from the sale of Dubble bars.

Online lessons relating to fair trade can be downloaded at www.dubble.co.uk and one free copy of the PaPaPaa Fair Trade Education Pack can be ordered online or from Education Direct, PO Box 105, Rochester ME2 4BE. Extra packs cost pound;6 each.

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