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Market study: hot beverages in Kenya and East Africa

The Trade for Development Centre (TDC) and Fairtrade Africa partnered with Euromonitor International to better understand the hot beverages market both in B2B (foodservice and institutions) and B2C (retail) channels, and the potential commercial opportunity for Fairtrade certified brands in Kenya and the wider region (Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania and Rwanda). The market research particularly focuses on the Fairtrade products as tea and coffee as the main hot beverages consumed by Kenyans but also on the powdered hot drinks such as hot chocolate.

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Ethical product trends in South Africa

A major obstacle for organisations promoting ethical products is the lack of market information. This is why The Trade for Development Centre (TDC – a programme of the Belgian Development Agency, decided to have market research conducted on ethical, sustainable products in different developing countries within the framework of its Producer Support Programme.

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Fair trade in China

With almost a quarter of the global population and approximately 10% annual growth over the last 20 years, China has become the foremost power at the beginning of the third millennium. A middle class has emerged over the last years which closely resembles Europe and the United States in terms of buying behaviour. This change, which is both cultural and economic, goes hand in hand with new demands from younger generations, which are sensitive to social and environmental issues.

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Sustainable tea in Belgian supermarkets

This study carried out by Facts Figures Future in the name of the Trade for Development Centre aims to give an overview of the current and future availability of sustainable tea in the assortments of major Belgian supermarkets.

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Market study: hot beverages in Kenya and East Africa

The Trade for Development Centre (TDC) and Fairtrade Africa partnered with Euromonitor International to better understand the hot beverages market both in B2B (foodservice and institutions) and B2C (retail) channels, and the potential commercial opportunity for Fairtrade certified brands in Kenya and the wider region (Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania and Rwanda). The market research particularly focuses on the Fairtrade products as tea and coffee as the main hot beverages consumed by Kenyans but also on the powdered hot drinks such as hot chocolate.

Read more »

Ethical product trends in South Africa

A major obstacle for organisations promoting ethical products is the lack of market information. This is why The Trade for Development Centre (TDC – a programme of the Belgian Development Agency, decided to have market research conducted on ethical, sustainable products in different developing countries within the framework of its Producer Support Programme.

Read more »

Fair trade in China

With almost a quarter of the global population and approximately 10% annual growth over the last 20 years, China has become the foremost power at the beginning of the third millennium. A middle class has emerged over the last years which closely resembles Europe and the United States in terms of buying behaviour. This change, which is both cultural and economic, goes hand in hand with new demands from younger generations, which are sensitive to social and environmental issues.

Read more »

Sustainable tea in Belgian supermarkets

This study carried out by Facts Figures Future in the name of the Trade for Development Centre aims to give an overview of the current and future availability of sustainable tea in the assortments of major Belgian supermarkets.

Read more »

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