The tables below give information about sales of Fairtrade-labelled coffee and bananas in 1999 and 2004 in five European countries.

The tables compare the sales data of
Fairtrade
-labelled
coffee
and bananas between 1999 and 2004 in five countries, namely, the UK, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Sweden. It is clear that the sales of
Fairtrade
-labelled
coffee
rose in all five European countries from from 1999 to 2004 but
Fairtrade
-labelled bananas saw an increase in three out of five nations. Overall, the UK experienced by far the highest levels of spending on two products. In 1990, the both sales figures for
Fairtrade
-labelled
coffee
in Switzerland had the highest revenue at 3
million
of euros, while Sweden stood the lowest sales by 0.8
million
of euros in the same
year
.
Also
, Switzerland received the highest sales in Faritrade-labelled bananas by 15 millions of euros, whereas Belgium reached the lowest revenue at 0.6
million
of euros. By 2004, sales of
Fairtrade
-labelled
coffee
had risen to 20
million
of euros and
this
was three times higher than Switzerland's sales figure for
Fairtrade
coffee
in that
year
. The
year
2004
also
saw a dramatic increase in the money spent on
Fairtrade
bananas in the UK and Switzerland with revenues rising by 32 millions of euros and 4.5
million
of euros respectively. Sales of both products were far lower in the Denmark, Belgium and Sweden in 2004. There is a small decline in the sales of
Fairtrade
coffee but
Accept comma addition
coffee, but
the revenue remained 2
million
of euros and below in that
year
.
However
, the sales figure for
Fairtrade
bananas in Belgium had grown considerably over six years, while Sweden and Denmark saw a decrease.
Finally
, It is noticeable that the UK and Switzerland had the highest demand on two products.

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