Minimum wage is a funny double edged sword, me as a consumer it generally lower prices which is great because we all love getting more than we paid for.
But the reality is that the money anyone pays anyone for work goes to not just the individual but the economy as a whole as they then spend this disposable income. Everyone's quality of life is tied up in how much they earn and the cost of living for that particular place.
Now minimums are obviously a good thing, just like 5 fruit and veg a day is a good thing, but what if you had 6, 7, 8, 10 fruit and veg a day?
We all know too much fruit and veg is going to lead to problems too of course as we see in other industries. But having enough to live comfortably and not just about surviving till the end of the month.
Buying anything from La Romi helps support not just half a billion children with neglected tropical diseases with 3% of every purchase going for providing years of medication already available but also to the staff of La Romi to continue our work and grow sustainably.