Fair trade coffee to be debated in Burlington today
The pros and cons of 'fair trade coffee' will be explored in a debate scheduled for 4 p.m. today in the University of Vermont's Ira Allen Chapel.
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#1 Oct 21, 2011
There are plenty of places here in vermont that need so called "Fair tradee" Prices paid for products. Charity begins at home folks, lets see you do something for your state, and it's people. The new Building,with its new jobs, would have been greatly appreciated in the North-East Kingdom. But,I see it's going to be in the greater Burlington area, like everything else in Vt. When you folks bought the Keurig brewer company, I held out hopes that business would be moved here to an area hat needed some jobs, but I see it stayed in it's original home. "Fair Trade' doesn't mean much to me, when it's only fair for foreign companys and workers. If you want everyone to join the fair trade movement, make it really fair.
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