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  • FAIRTRADE challenge Click on the buttons to choose your answers.
  • When is Fairtrade fortnight? The last two weeks of December The first two weeks of March The middle two weeks of August It changes every year
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  • Correct! Fairtrade fortnight is the first two weeks of March every year.
  • How many Fairtrade bananas were eaten as part of the Fairtrade Fortnight 2009 Go Bananas for Fairtrade world record? 240015 563 470001 10350
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  • Correct! 470,001 bananas were eaten as part of the Go Bananas for Fairtrade world record in 2009.
  • How many products have the Fairtrade mark? Under 100 Over 500 Nearly 1000 Over 3000
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  • Correct! There are over 3000 products certified with the Fairtrade mark in the UK and the number is still growing!
  • Who set up the Fairtrade Foundation? The Trade Justice Movement CAFOD, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Traidcraft and the World Development Movement The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) The Queen
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  • Correct! The Fairtrade Foundation was set up by CAFOD, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Traidcraft and the World Development Movement in 1992.
  • Who makes the Fairtrade chocolate bar called ‘Divine’? The Day Chocolate Company Mars Green and Blacks Cadbury
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  • Correct! Day chocolate company make Divine chocolate bars. And there’s more good news for cocoa farmers as Cadbury’s Dairy Milk goes Fairtrade in 2009 too!
  • In April 2000, Garstang in Lancashire became the first Fairtrade town. How many Fairtrade towns were there in January 2010? About 150 Less than 100 Over 400 Over 200
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  • Correct! There are now over 400 Fairtrade Towns as well as more than 200 areas campaigning towards status. There are now Fairtrade Town campaigns in 17 countries around the world and all of these have been inspired by the example in the UK!
  • What was the first product to be awarded the Fairtrade mark in March 1994? Clipper Tea Green and Blacks Maya Gold organic chocolate Bananas Café direct coffee
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  • Correct! Green and Black’s Maya Gold organic chocolate received the Fairtrade mark in March 1994. Soon after Clipper Tea and Café Direct coffee also gained the mark. And in January 2010 Green and Black’s announced that all their products would become Fairtrade by the end of 2011.
  • In what year did Fairtrade footballs and roses become available? 1999 2006 2004 2002
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  • Correct! In 2004 Fairtrade roses from Kenya and Fairtrade footballs from Pakistan became available.
  • What does a school need to do to become a Fairtrade school? Set up a Fairtrade Steering Group Learn about Fairtrade issues Use and promote Fairtrade products when you can Have a Fairtrade policy
  • Correct! In fact, all of the answers were correct. There are five goals to becoming a Fairtrade school. Click to read the goals and get started on your mission to become a Fairtrade school
  • GOAL 1. Get talking! Set up a Fairtrade Steering Group in your school GOAL 2. Make it official! Have a whole school Fairtrade Policy GOAL 3. Shout about it! Make sure your school uses and promotes Fairtrade products when possible. (That means Fairtrade tea and coffee in the staff room for starters!) GOAL 4. Find out more! Make sure everyone in your school learns about Fairtrade issues GOAL 5. Spread the word! Now your school is committed to promoting and taking action for Fairtrade in school, it’s time to spread the word to the wider community
  • Find out more about Fairtrade by visiting www.cafod.org.uk www.fairtrade.org.uk Updated Jan 2010 Illustrations by Mary Gorton and Ellis Nadler