African Fairtrade gold to bolster commercial opportunities
The advent of new supplies of Fairtrade gold from Africa could herald a jewellery revolution with the UK leading the way.
That was the view expressed yesterday at the London launch of the first
Cadbury moves into Fairtrade
Cadbury is to become the biggest confectionery brand with the Fairtrade certification mark.
The company and the Fairtrade Foundation aim to achieve certification for Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, the UK’s
Fairtrade Foundation plays down low wage claims
The Fairtrade Foundation has hit back at newspaper allegations that coffee producers using its label are breaching fair trade principles. The Financial Times has claimed to have found breaches in
From Peterborough to Peru: Zoom into Fairtrade Christmas coffee quiz
A Fairtrade Christmas coffee quiz is being held in Peterborough.
Man behind Kidderminster's Fairtrade town status has died
A DEDICATED Fairtrade campaigner and long-serving member of Wyre Forest Liberal Democrats has died.
The Next Frontier for Fairtrade: Living Incomes in Cocoa
Two forward-thinking brands have deepened their Fairtrade partnerships by making additional financial commitments to cocoa farmers in their supply chains.
Base wage for Fairtrade banana workers
Fairtrade takes huge step towards living wages for banana workers across the globe
How you can enjoy a Fairtrade Christmas in Peterborough and support producers throughout the world
Peterborough Cathedral’s Fairtrade stall may be closed this year, but there is no reason not to enjoy a Fairtrade Christmas according to local activists.
Introducing Oxfordshire's fully Fairtrade village
AN OXFORDSHIRE village has become one of the first in the county to mark its special status as a Fairtrade Community with new signs.
Fairtrade raises concerns for Central American cocoa communities hit by hurricane Eta | Confectionery Production
Fairtrade has raised concerns for cocoa farmers operating with its initiatives in Central America, as they face mounting losses from crops extensive damaged by Hurricane Eta this month, reports Neill Barston
Could you be a Fairtrade volunteer?
Fairtrade products are rapidly growing in popularity as retailers and customers choose to support better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability and fair terms of trade for farmers …
Murals Honor the Farmers Behind Our Favorite Products, Benefits of Fair Trade
The murals were part of a Fairtrade America campaign during October for Fair Trade Month, to raise awareness of Fairtrade’s positive impacts.
Shoppers voiced their choice for Fairtrade and won various Fairtrade prizes.
Fairtrade America Partners With Five Certified Brands To Encourage Shoppers To Choose Fairtrade This Holiday Season
/PRNewswire/ -- Fairtrade America is the U.S. member organization of Fairtrade International, an independent, third party certification that betters the lives...
“European demand for organic Fairtrade bananas has been increasing”
The market for Fairtrade and organic bananas has been growing in recent years. Dominican banana producer association BanaSplash works almost exclusively with Fairtrade and organic bananas and…
Ben & Jerry's partner with Fairtrade to help Ivorian cocoa farmers earn more
Around 5,000 Fairtrade cocoa farmers in Ben & Jerry’s supply chain will receive approximately an additional $600,000 over the next year
Fairtrade International secures £15m Covid-19 relief funding for producers - Co-operative News
The funding will be allocated to Fairtrade-certified producer organisations, including co-ops
Ben & Jerry’s partners with Fairtrade to boost cocoa farmers’ incomes
Cocoa farmers in Cote d’Ivoire are set to earn higher prices for their beans, as ice cream icon Ben & Jerry’s pledges to pay more to provide living incomes for cocoa farmers.
KitKats in question: Nestlé’s ethical alternative fails to convince Fairtrade fans
When food giant Nestlé announced it would stop sourcing some Fairtrade ingredients, it sparked much dismay. But was the move justified – and is it the beginning of the end for the Fairtrade mark?