KitKats in question: Nestlé’s ethical alternative fails to convince Fairtrade fans

When food giant Nestlé announced it would stop sourcing some Fairtrade ingredients, it sparked much dismay. But, since the company was actually shifting to a different form of certification, was the move justified – and what does it mean for the Fairtrade mark? Cass Hebron explores.



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