Kenyan tea farmers wary of new 'fairly traded' label

Small-scale tea farmers in Kenya are uncertain about what a new “fairly traded” label will mean for them.

    Small-scale tea farmers in Kenya are uncertain about what a new “fairly traded” label will mean for them. A British supermarket chain has launched the scheme, replacing the well-known Fairtrade label in its stores.

    Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports from the Rift Valley, Kenya.


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