Surely buying local food/produce would put foreign farmers out of business? Thats not very fair trade?!?

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Econo_Help
Asked at 2012-08-24 01:03:21
He always encourages us not to buy food and produce that has kilometers before reaching our shelves , but if everyone did this, then surely we would be giving the world farmers and traders who export their products to us and as slaves to their families outside the business ?
At one point I say that buying fair trade to protect and help these farmers , and then told me not to buy from them at all! MedlinePlus What should I do ? !
Answer1MonieAnswered at 2012-09-15 18:03:02
I said I can not buy local food, even if what I want is not fair .
Answer2Valerie PacettiAnswered at 2012-10-23 04:06:08
Stop trying to be smart @ rse , that's what you do. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Considering how fucking British farmers tend to supermarkets , I'd say it's fair to British farmers pay decent money for their products . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Sod farmers elsewhere. Taking care of our own first. Fair Trade is a great idea to give people in developing countries a decent amount of cash for their products , so is there any chance that someone will start a similar campaign for British farmers ?
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