TEA

Now you’ve got your FairTrade sugar, you need something to put it in. Tea is the UK’s beverage of choice. I can’t stand the stuff personally, but that doesn’t mean I don’t stock up with FairTrade Tea. Convince me that it’s a drink worth tasting… give me your best flash fiction, inspired by ‘the cup that cheers.’

TEA PRODUCT SNAPSHOT

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IMPACTS OF TEA IN MALAWI

 

 

If you want to read more about FairTrade Fiction you can buy FairTrade Fiction Volume 1 as an ebook for Kindle or Epub or as a paperback just click the appropriate highlight. (The ebook is at the specially reduced price of 99p for the Festival and the paperback is cost price at £2.99)

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One thought on “TEA

  1. Very ispiring interview, showing the fair trade movement in Malawi is in good hands. Like you, Cally, I’m not a huge tea-drinker but I do look out for the afirTrade varieties – and even more so after Silver’s talk. By thre way, thje interviewer loked uncannily like my Kamal Lathar and I nearly rang him to find out how he’d got on to this!

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