AbhiMemberMay 27, 2021 at 9:07 PM
The tables give information about sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples in 2010 and 2015 in five European countries.
In 2010, Austria led in Fairtrade of tea sales with 4 million euros, succeeded by Germany and France at 2.8 and 2.5 million euros respectively. The least was recorded by Norway, which was 1.8 million euros and just above it was Netherlands at 2 million euros. In the same year, Austria also led in Fairtrade of pineapple sales at 16 million euros, followed by Germany, Norway and France. Netherlands lagged behind with a gain of 1.6 million euros.
In 2015, France led in Fairtrade of tea sales with 21 million euros, succeeded by Austria and Germany at 8 and 3 million euros respectively. The least was recorded by Norway, which was 2 million euros and just above it was Netherlands at 2.7 million euros. Austria also led in Fairtrade pineapples that year, with 48 million euros, followed by France, the Netherlands, and Norway. Germany had the least sales in 2015 with only 1.9 million euros.
Austria had comparatively better sales of Fairtrade pineapples in both 2010 as well as 2015. However, Netherlands and Norway performed poorly in escalating their sales of both Fairtrade labelled apples as well as pineapples.