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Philip Oppenheim

Any intelligent person will ask themselves a simple question: should I pay up to 80p more for my bananas when only 5p will end up with the grower; or should I just buy the regular ones and give the difference to a decent development charity?

Philip Oppenheim, ‘Fairtrade Fat Cats’, The Spectator, November 5, 2005, pp. 17-18.