After a decade of euphoric growth, the sale of fair trade products in several European countries is an important factor in time. The economic crisis has passed and the different types of players are often forced to adapt and adjust their strategies.
How does the fair trade sector react?
How can we prevent solidarity consumption from being sacrificed on the altar of the falls in purchasing power that affect a significant proportion of households?
From producer to consumer, many actors are involved in the development of fair trade channels and they are not all subject to the same constraints. What is the future of this form of virtuous enterprise, particularly in Belgium?