Oxfam, organic fair trade food
The name "Oxfam" comes from the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief, founded in Britain during the second world war in 1942. Oxfam started out by providing famine relief to the population of Nazi-occupied Greece.
Oxfam Belgium was founded in 1964. Its initial focus was to campaign for the decolonisation of Belgium’s African territories. It subsequently gave support to the populations of other former colonies as they became independent.
In 2002 the general assembly of Oxfam-Wereldwinkels decided that products should be sold under the brand name Oxfam Fairtrade. Oxfam Fairtrade has become a wholesaler in the importing, distributing and selling of fair trade food products.
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