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Oxfam grow

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  • 1. GlOW HAVEYOUlSAY! NAME: EMAIL: GENDER: AGE: POSTCODE:Q1. What is your Q4. Which factor do you think QS. Do you think that fa vo urite f ood? is most important in farme rs and other affec ting food prices? food producers get (P lease choose ONE ONLY) a fair deal from big corporations and D Weather patterns super markets (eg an d nat ural disast e rs fa rmers get a fair p rice such as flood s, for their produce)? droughts and cyclones D Yes D NoQ2 . Do you grow any of the D Government policies food you eat? in Austra l ia and other countries Q6. Do you think about DYes D No buying Fair Trade* D The cost to food as a way of ensu r ing Q3. Which ar e important producers of in puts t hat f armers in factor s in determining Like credit/ fertilisers, developing countries t he food you or your seeds and transport get a fair price for the family eat? (You can produce they grow? t ick as many options D The act ions of big as you L ike) compan ie s (including DYes D No retailers; traders, D It is produced through a inves to rs and * Fa ir Trade is about fai r process -farmers Landowners) better prices, community development and fairer are paid a fa ir price for terms of trade for their produce or fair D Consumer demand farmers arld workers in wages for t heir work the developing world . D The price of oil D The food ha s been grown Locally D It is healthy and Would you Like to say someth in g else abo ut food? nutr itious D The foo d has been grown organ ically D The costRetu rn this form to Oxfam Australia,132 Leic es t er Street, Carlton, VIC 3053 . GlOW FOOD. LIFE. PLANET. Oxfam e AustraliaSHOP

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