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Category: FairChain Philosophy

FairChain Philosophy

FairChain Insights

FairChain’s new insights on closing the income gap for small farmers Welcome to our series on FairChain’s rebuilding process, our 2018 lessons, and the interventions we have planned starting this

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FairChain Philosophy

Where Does Production Stop?

Well, if you’re a worker in a smallholder manufacturing company in just about any developing nation, your role in creating the end product finishes at the point where it is

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FairChain Philosophy

What is the weakest link?

What is the weakest link in a value chain? Is it the logistics component perhaps, responsible for moving raw goods to production facilities, to wholesalers, retailers and ultimately to the end

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FairChain Philosophy

FairChain Beyond MOYEE

If you’ve become a FairChain revolutionary just because of the awesome Moyee Coffee, then you’ve missed the point. Or if you’ve become a revolutionary by going deeper into Moyee’s radically

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Living with Coffee

Living with coffee. For most of us, this means a daily ritual of flicking on the coffee machine first thing in the morning for the first ‘heart-starter’ espresso hit before

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When Fair’s not Fair

Professor Colleen Haight is a fair-minded person. But not fair in the sense implied by ‘Fair Trade’. Far from it, in fact. During this short clip, you’ll be taken through

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The ‘GoGetIt Series’ is here!!

  Down here at the FairChain Headquarters, we’ve decided to really make the point clear that this revolution is not just about our own FairChain model. Instead, we’ve tried over

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FairChain Philosophy

Free trade | For or Against poverty?

Use competitive advantage to help developing countries to escape poverty. Now THAT is one sentence you don’t hear every day. Check out what it means in this short clip… Image courtesy

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