brettorlob51 karma2021-03-25 15:54:41 UTC
I'm in poverty, I have a sweet tooth and I love hot cocoa. Even if I'm willing to spend marginally more for something marked as"fair trade" I'm driving up the value of the commodity itself. This leaves me three distinct choices; getting my sugar elsewhere, spending marginally more for quasi "ethical" Cocoa, or directly benefiting some of the worst labor abusers in the world by buying their product.
Given those beliefs are correct (please correct me if they're not) how much benefit do workers get from my choice to buy selectively sourced cocoa (and coffee for that matter)?
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brettorlob15 karma2021-03-25 17:07:28 UTC
Thank you for the resources. It's very difficult (by design) for a US consumer to tell the good from the bad.
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