1. Southend comes out in support of Fairtrade fortnight | Echo - Southend Echo

    Southend comes out in support of Fairtrade fortnight | Echo - Southend Echo
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  2. Peterborough to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with pop up cafe at gym - Peterborough Telegraph

    Peterborough to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with pop up cafe at gym - Peterborough Telegraph
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  3. Supporting fair trade to put an end to exploitation in the developing world

    A SCHOOL is at the forefront of pioneering fairtrade principles and ensuring workers in developing countries can work for a living, free of…
    Echo
  4. Fairtrade Fortnight: The beauty brands doing their bit and where to buy them

    Your bananas and coffee are fair trade, now your beauty can be too
    Marie Claire UK
  5. Royal Greenwich celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight - Royal Borough of Greenwich

    Royal Greenwich celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight - Royal Borough of Greenwich
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  6. Lidl to swap out all staff uniforms for Fairtrade cotton - Retail Gazette

    Lidl has revealed that it will convert all its cotton staff uniforms to Fairtrade cotton, becoming the first UK retailer to take such action.
    Retail Gazette
  7. Ammanford Fairtrade Fortnight promotes goods despite no big celebration

    The town has held Fairtrade status for 20 years
    InYourArea.co.uk
  8. Fair play to Ammanford for putting Fairtrade in the frame - South Wales Guardian

    Fair play to Ammanford for putting Fairtrade in the frame - South Wales Guardian
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  9. Lidl to swap out all staff uniforms for Fairtrade cotton - Retail Gazette

    Lidl to swap out all staff uniforms for Fairtrade cotton - Retail Gazette
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  10. Lidl becomes first UK retailer to convert all cotton staff uniforms to Fairtrade

    Lidl GB has announced that it will be the first UK retailer to convert all its cotton staff uniforms to Fairtrade, the independent, third-party certification that partners with farmers and workers to negotiate better prices, decent working conditions, and a fairer deal overall.
    Retail Times
  11. Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 Is Here And More Relevant Than Ever

    There’s been much discussion and analysis on changing shopping habits due to the pandemic, Brexit, the cost of living crisis – they all lead back to a top priority for consumers – sustainability.
    Forbes
  12. Lidl claims UK supermarket first with all store uniforms made from Fairtrade cotton

    The discounter will buy 330,000 shirts, trousers, polo tops and chinos made from cotton certified by Fairtrade
    The Grocer
  13. What makes an ethical olive oil?

    Far from mass-produced olives and damaging harvesting processes, small-scale olive farms in Spain, Greece and Palestine are using low-intensive and organic farming to produce oil full of flavour while protecting soil and wildlife.
    wickedleeks.riverford.co.uk
  14. Emlyn Fairtrade group raise funds for Malawi cyclone victims

    NEWCASTLE Emlyn Fairtrade Group are using the events of this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight to raise money for the Fairtrade sugar co-operative,…
    Tivyside Advertiser
  15. Fairtrade Foundation CEO Gidney on funding farmers, food security and the climate crisis

    The recent global weather events has highlighted the real threat of climate change. In a special podcast Michael Gidney, CEO of the Fairtrade Foundation, tells consumers about the impact of the climate crisis on its network of farmers and what they can do to help.
    confectionerynews.com
  16. Fair play to Ammanford for putting Fairtrade in the frame

    While Covid rerstrictions prevented them from staging their popular Giant Fairtrade Banana Split, Ammanford's Fairtrade Fortnight has had a busy…
    South Wales Guardian
  17. Peterborough to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with pop up cafe at gym

    Peterborough will celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with a pop up cafe at a city gym.
    peterboroughtoday.co.uk
  18. Go on a Fairtrade hunt for treasure around Leighton Buzzard this March

    Letters have been hidden around the town centre