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Reflections in a Tea cup: making sense of certification in the Tanzanian tea industry

Abstract : This research project examines the performances of sustainability, corporate social responsibility and gender equity in the Ethical Tea Partnership, Fairtrade, Organic, and Rainforest Alliance certified value chains emerging from Tanzanian tea fields. The talk will briefly lay out the theoretical approach of value chain analysis and ‘performativity’ that is used by the researcher. It will present initial findings regarding the nature of tea value chains in Tanzania and propose questions for discussion on how best to examine the performativityof specific values in the certified tea sector.
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Allison Marie Loconto. Reflections in a Tea cup: making sense of certification in the Tanzanian tea industry. CESAGEN Seminar “Certified Tea Party: Tea in Sri Lanka and Tanzania", Lancaster University. GBR. Cardiff University., Jun 2010, Lancaster, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02823085⟩

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