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2 Bottles of Fairtrade Wine for £10
2 Bottles of Fairtrade Wine for £10

2 Bottles of Fairtrade Wine for £10

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Ethical Superstore are offering 2 bottles of Fairtrade wine for £10. The Thandi wines in particular have a great reputation.

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Decent deal for Fairtrade wine, especially with free delivery and 10% Quidco.

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Inform yourself about 'Fairtrade' first, before you spend your hard-earned money on overpriced products that are part of a scheme which is more likely to increase suffering/hardship than to reduce it. Use the money you save to support organisations that lobby for the reduction of import tariffs in the EU.

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Sounds interesting Valiant, care to elaborate?

Cheers,

TMJ2007

1.70 duty on a bottle of wine good enought for you? .... Yes ONE POUND 70 pence.

In france the duty is an equivalent of 2p per bottle

Now you see who's getting ripped off? - for sure It ain't the producer!

The duty is enough to prevent the majority of wines made in Moldova (arguably the poorest non EU, european country - where living people sell their organs for cash) from being imported here. International adoption has been banned as it was feared babies were being adopted to be dissected for their organs.

In November 2002, the Washington Post reported that in a single village … In November 2002, the Washington Post reported that in a single village in Moldova, 14 out of 40 men were reduced into selling body parts for money. Four years ago, Moldova cut off the thriving baby adoption trade because they were afraid that the babies that were being put out for adoption were being dissected and having their organs harvested.



humaniststudies.org/ene…e=6

MOLDOVAInternational adoption has been made illegal because of fears of … MOLDOVAInternational adoption has been made illegal because of fears of organ trafficking and the adoption of children for this purpose.Jeremy Clarke



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Is protecting EU wine growers really worth that price?

Its the people we elect to act for us who are doing this - does anyone want it to be this way?
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