Nearly 90 percent of Dutch consumers have bought it last year and have a fair-trade product. The people who are for the products with the label opted to do so in 2019, more often, and for me, any more than in the previous year. On average, the sums paid out amounted to a little over 30 euros, a report for the Max Havelaar, in a Monday, it published the company's annual report.
"A buyer of Fairtrade products has to 2019 and an average of 6.4 pounds, this product bought in", and let the organization know about it. That's a 7 percent increase compared to the previous year.
30,46 the euro that, on average, was spent, represents an increase of 11 per cent. Especially in the case of Fairtrade products with cocoa in them, like chocolate, were a lot more sold on it. In this category, an increase of 22 per cent is to be seen. "Cocoa farmers received euro 2.1 million of Fairtrade premium by the sales in the Netherlands.
According to the organization, the sales in europe, farmers and workers, and a total of 7.7 million euros more than the starting price for these products. The so-called premium, they may be at their own discretion expend it to, for example, investment in product enhancement, education and health care.