CHILDREN swapped the classroom for a supermarket visit to find out about ethical trading.
A group of 40 pupils from Dalton School enjoyed a trip to Sainsbury’s at Shorehead, Huddersfield.
The children found out about the benefits of Fairtrade from staff.
Their visit coincided with the store’s Fairtrade Fortnight celebrations.
The Fairtrade Mark appears on products as an independent guarantee that disadvantaged producers in the developing world are getting a better deal.
Around 7.5m farmers, workers, their families and communities benefit from the International Fairtrade system.
This year’s campaign asked the nation to show off about buying Fairtrade.