Comment: To what degree do ethics play a role in consumers’ purchasing decisions?

Fairtrade paved the way for other  ethical marks in grocery

Source: Marcus Lyons

Tesco and Sainsbury’s recent dispute over whether Fairtrade products can be price-compared with non-Fairtrade comes down to what degree ethics play a role in consumers’ purchasing decisions.

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