1. Amanda Archila appointed executive director at Fairtrade America

    Amanda Archila has joined Fairtrade America as executive director in Washington D.C. She comes ...
  2. Event shows that fair products make a difference

    More than 40 people gathered at an event to mark Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Stamford Mercury
  3. Strong consumer demand for affordable, sustainable products will drive Fairtrade market in 2023

    As consumers strive to become more sustainable, they are increasingly demanding ethically sourced products such as bananas, chocolate and coffee,
    Retail Times
  4. Limerick schools participate in art competition for Fairtrade Fortnight

    STUDENTS from across Limerick took part in an art competition recently to promote Fairtrade Fortnight. Fairtrade Fortnight is a two-week event where communities in Limerick and further afield show their support for the people that grow our food. The students designed posters with information regardi...
  5. Fairtrade Fortnight 2023: What are retailers offering?

    Fairtrade Fortnight shines a light on communities growing some of the UK's favourite produce - GG finds out how retailers are marking the occasion.
    Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News
  6. High Wycombe: Highcrest Academy hosts Fairtrade celebration - Bucks Free Press

    High Wycombe: Highcrest Academy hosts Fairtrade celebration - Bucks Free Press
  7. Town celebrates 'Fairtrade Fortnight' with Costa Rican ambassador visiting today

    THE AMBASSADOR of Costa Rica will visit High Wycombe today to celebrate Fairtrade.
    Bucks Free Press
  8. Fairtrade America welcomes new Executive Director

    Fairtrade America, the United States chapter of Fairtrade International, has appointed Amanda Archila as its new Executive Director. 
    Global Coffee Report
  9. Fairtrade America appoints Amanda Archila executive director

    Fairtrade America has unveiled Amanda Archila as the organisation’s executive director, as it continues its social justice goals within the region
    Confectionery Production
  10. Okehampton Fairtrade event for the community

    Okehampton Fairtrade Group will be welcoming visitors from abroad to a special Fairtrade community lunch this weekend.
    Okehampton Times
  11. Wines that taste good – and do good | Fiona Beckett on drinks

    Snap up some good deals for Fairtrade Fortnight, and help encourage wineries run by talented people from more diverse backgrounds
    the Guardian
  12. Exclusive: MIA delivers impact report after World Confectionery Conference accolade

    MIA (Made In Africa) ethically-founded premium chocolate group has unveiled its latest impact report, detailing its expansion into producing chocolate in Ghana, seeking to drive enhanced benefits to farming communities, reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  13. Fairtrade America appoints Amanda Archila as new 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 consumer electronics.
  14. Four of the best ethical Fairtrade wines to buy

    It’s Fairtrade Fortnight, and at long last that’s really worth raising a glass to. About two million farmers and workers are involved in this global movement, which began in 1992 and aims to provide decent pay and living conditions in countries such as South Africa, Argentina and Chile. Buying Fairtrade wine is helping to change lives — and…
  15. Tyson Fury trash talk, Fairtrade endangered food store, screaming baby billboard - Campaigns round-up

    Tyson Fury trash talk, Fairtrade endangered food store, screaming baby billboard - Campaigns round-up
  16. Interview with Adjoa Andoh: Bridgerton actor with her roots in the soil

    Buying Fairtrade food is a godly choice, Adjoa Andoh tells Susan Gray
  17. Why your morning cup of coffee is under threat

    Charity Fairtrade Ireland has issued bleak news that stocks of beloved coffee could disappear by 2050
    The Irish Times
  18. Portsmouth goes bananas for Fairtrade Fortnight

    Portsmouth goes bananas for Fairtrade Fortnight