1. Cocoa and other commodities could be next to disappear off UK shelves, Fairtrade warns

    Empty supermarket shelves and stock shortages are becoming increasingly common in the UK, but the Fairtrade Foundation has issued a warning that everyday essentials including cocoa, bananas and coffee could be at risk of becoming ‘endangered’ due to climate change.
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  2. Call for Fairtrade to triple impact in Africa with ‘Fairmade’ certification

    Ethical bean-to-bar maker MIA, short for Made in Africa, has called for the Fairtrade organisation to recognise a new ‘Fairmade’ certification.
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  3. Celebrating fairtrade and international women

    People from all across Cumbria are being invited to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight and Carlisle International Women’s Day next week.
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  4. Amanda Archila Joins Fairtrade America as New Executive Director - Perishable News

    Fairtrade America, the world’s most recognized label for social justice and sustainability, is pleased to announce that Amanda Archila has today joined the organization as Executive Director. Archila comes to Fairtrade America with more than 15 years of experience working in a range of industries, from natural food to e-commerce retail and…
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  5. Three Inishowen towns aiming to secure Fairtrade status ahead Fairtrade Fortnight 2023.

    Three Inishowen towns are aiming to secure Fairtrade status ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight 2023.
    Derry Journal
  6. Fairtrade Fortnight 2023 highlights climate crisis - Co-operative News

    Over 27 February – 12 March 2023, the Fairtrade Foundation is spotlighting the effects of climate change on the future of our food
    Co-operative News
  7. Fairtrade Fortnight: experts warn bananas, coffee and cocoa at risk of becoming 'endangered' in new report - Politics.co.uk

    Empty supermarket shelves and stock shortages are becoming increasingly common, but the Fairtrade Foundation is warning that everyday essentials including bananas, coffee and cocoa could be at risk of becoming ‘endangered’ due to climate change. A new report published by the Fairtrade Foundation, which includes analysis carried out by…
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  8. Amanda Archila Joins Fairtrade America as New Executive - CSRwire.com

    Amanda Archila Joins Fairtrade America as New Executive - CSRwire.com
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  9. Fairtrade pop-up supermarket opens at The Sook Space, Shoreditch - London Post

    Fairtrade pop-up supermarket opens at The Sook Space, Shoreditch - London Post
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  10. Amanda Archila Joins Fairtrade America as New Executive Director - NOSH

    Amanda Archila Joins Fairtrade America as New Executive Director - NOSH
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  11. Three Inishowen towns aiming to secure Fairtrade status ahead ... - Derry Journal

    Three Inishowen towns aiming to secure Fairtrade status ahead ... - Derry Journal
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  12. Amanda Archila Joins Fairtrade America as New Executive

    Fairtrade America, the world’s most recognized label for social justice and sustainability, is pleased to announce that Amanda Archila has today joined the organization as Executive Director.
    csrwire.com
  13. Fairtrade pop-up supermarket opens at The Sook Space, Shoreditch - London Post

    The Sook Space, 32 Shoreditch High launches ‘The Endangered Aisle’, a pop-up experience open to the public from 28th February to 2nd March that will shine a light on the supermarket staples most at risk of becoming endangered from the climate crisis, including coffee, bananas and chocolate. The store will reimagine what a supermarket could…
    London Post
  14. Coffee could become a luxury item by 2050, warns Fairtrade Ireland - Dublin Gazette

    Coffee could be increasingly challenging to purchase by 2050 due to climate change, Fairtrade Ireland has warned. The Irish charity has said that coffee beans, cocoa and other foods grown in hotter climates could become extremely rare
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  15. Fairtrade offers a story of hope for food producers

    COLUMN: Fairtrade Fortnight focus on global food producers.
    Northern Scot
  16. Simple swaps to make for Fairtrade Fortnight and beyond

    Use your consumer buying power to contribute to a better tomorrow
    The Independent
  17. Fairtrade partnerships director on why "there can be no climate justice without trade justice" - Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News

    GG takes a deep dive into why Fairtrade products are so important by speaking to partnerships director at The Fairtrade Foundation, Kerrina Thorogood.
    Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News
  18. Fairtrade warn that coffee could disappear from Irish shelves by 2050 | JOE.ie

    “We could be looking at the end of the much-loved cup of coffee,” said Fairtrade Ireland’s Executive Director, Peter Gaynor.