The tables provide sales data of Fairtrade labelled coffee and bananas in five European countries (UK, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, and Sweden) in 1999 and 2004. The units are measured in Euros.
Overall, coffee sales had increased in all five countries, but the same was not true for bananas as sales had decreased in two countries (Sweden and Denmark) in 2004 when compared to other countries.
In terms of coffee, Switzerland, which sold coffee worth 3 mil, in 1999 was the top marketer. Sweden, on the other hand, whose coffee sales were at 0.3 mil in 1999 and 1 mil in 2004, remained at the bottom of the table in both the years. In 2004, Switzerland's coffee sales doubled ( 6 mil), while the UK's had significantly increased manifold ( 20 mil) when compared to 1999. In the same year, only a marginal increase in coffee sales were observed in Denmark and Belgium.
With regard to bananas, Switzerland was the top marketer, which sold bananas for 15 mil and 47 mil in 1999 and 2004, respectively. While sales in the UK and Belgium increased in 2004, it had decreased in Sweden ( 1 mil) and Denmark ( 0.9 mil) when compared to 1999.