1. West Lothian Council urges locals to sign up for this year's Fairtrade Fortnight

    West Lothian residents are being encouraged to sign up online for this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight.
    linlithgowgazette.co.uk
  2. Fairtrade Fortnight free online festival to promote the future of food

    A free online festival is being held as part of Freetrade Fortnight in order to highlight how the climate crisis is affecting the future of food and…
    Falmouth Packet
  3. Cheshire West & Cheshire Council successfully renews Fairtrade status

    The borough's Fairtrade status has been renewed for another two years ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight.
    InYourArea.co.uk
  4. Fairtrade Fortnight events in Ilkley

    ILKLEY Fairtrade Group is inviting people to two free online festivals to learn more about how the climate crisis is impacting farmers and food…
    Wharfedale Observer
  5. Ness Bridge to go blue and green

    It will be illuminated in the colours of Fairtrade between Monday and Thursday and marks the start of Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Inverness Courier
  6. Ammanford's annual Fairtrade banana split event postponed

    Every year since 2009, Ammanford has hosted one of the annual highlights of the Fairtrade Fortnight celebrations - a banana split stretching 100…
    South Wales Guardian
  7. Fairtrade Fortnight Virtual Festival | What's On | London On The Inside

    The Fairtrade Foundation are launching their first ever virtual festival to mark the start of a new climate campaign.
    London On The Inside
  8. Sign up for Cathedral's Big Fairtrade Breakfast over Zoom

    BRADFORD Cathedral is calling on everyone to join them for the online Big Fairtrade Breakfast next month.
    Bradford Telegraph and Argus
  9. Covid-19 sparks demand for Fairtrade products | News | Speciality Food Magazine

    Covid-19 sparks demand for Fairtrade products | News | Speciality Food Magazine
    Speciality Food Magazine
  10. Prizes up for grabs in 'choose the world you want' competition

    YOUNGSTERS in Barry are being invited to share their Fairtrade vision, with prizes on offer.
    Barry And District News
  11. Organic and Fairtrade sales soar as COVID and climate boost ethical consumerism

    Sales of organic and Fairtrade certified products continued to shine in 2020 as concerns over the climate impact of food production and the COVID-19 crisis put ethical consumerism in the spotlight.
    foodnavigator.com
  12. Fairtrade Fortnight fast approaching

    People in Exeter are being encouraged to ‘Choose the world you want’ during Fairtrade Fortnight which runs from 22 February until 7 March, with local organisers determined to raise the profile of Fairtrade in Exeter and Devon.
    news.exeter.gov.uk
  13. Pocklington FLAG arranges two events to support Fairtrade Fortnight - Pocklington Post

    Pocklington FLAG arranges two events to support Fairtrade Fortnight - Pocklington Post
    pocklingtonpost.co.uk
  14. Pandemic Sparks Boom In Demand For Fairtrade Food & Drink - Namnews

    Pandemic Sparks Boom In Demand For Fairtrade Food & Drink - Namnews
    kamcity.com
  15. Fairtrade Foundation welcomes UK trade deal with Ghana - Co-operative News

    Without a trade agreement in place Ghanaian producers, including co-operatives, faced import duties
    Co-operative News
  16. Pandemic sparks increase in global consciousness and boom in demand for Fairtrade products

    A boom in consumer demand for Fairtrade products in 2020, including bananas, cocoa, coffee and wine, is reflecting the extent to which the pandemic has sparked an increased global consciousness, changing the way Brits cook, eat, drink and shop.
    Retail Times
  17. Pandemic drives up Fairtrade demand

    Demand for Fairtrade grows during pandemic as more UK shoppers make ethical choices, says Fairtrade Foundation ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight
    fruitnet.com
  18. Fairtrade offers living wage pathway

    Organisation aims to improve livelihood of people in banana sector through living wage and better working conditions