1. Climate change threaten plants that produce household staples

    Hotter temperatures threaten the plants that produce chocolate, coffee and bananas and could lead to them becoming scarce, according to the Fairtrade Foundation.
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  2. Fairtrade America appoints Amanda Archila as Executive Director

    Fairtrade America says Archila’s significant supply chain experience will be ‘invaluable’ to the future of the ethical trade movement in the US 
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  3. Fairtrade coffee morning in Whittington raises money for South African education project - Lichfield Live®

    A Fairtrade coffee morning in Whittington has been hailed a success after helping to raise money for an education project in South Africa.
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  4. Fairtrade coffee morning in Whittington raises money for South ... - Lichfield Live

    Fairtrade coffee morning in Whittington raises money for South ... - Lichfield Live
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  5. Trowbridge Town Council renews commitment to Fairtrade products - Wiltshire Times

    Trowbridge Town Council renews commitment to Fairtrade products - Wiltshire Times
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  6. Town council renews commitment to Fairtrade products

    Trowbridge Town Council has renewed its commitment to Fairtrade products.
    Wiltshire Times
  7. Save the products you love with Fairtrade Fortnight at Central Co-op

    Fairtrade Fortnight is a yearly event that highlights the importance of Fairtrade products worldwide, and from 27th February to 12th March, Central Co-op is
    Retail Times
  8. Fairtrade America Names Amanda Archila Executive Director

    Fairtrade America, the United States chapter of Fairtrade International, has hired Amanda Archila as its new executive director. Archila replaces the Washington D.C.-based nonprofit’s most re…
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  9. Hucknall shoppers given Fairtrade education - Hucknall Dispatch

    Hucknall shoppers given Fairtrade education - Hucknall Dispatch
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  10. Fairtrade Fortnight event in Middlesbrough tomorrow ... - Middlesbrough Council |

    Fairtrade Fortnight event in Middlesbrough tomorrow ... - Middlesbrough Council |
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  11. 77% of UK consumers choose Fairtrade products over alternatives - Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News

    Around 77% of UK consumers are favouring Fairtrade products over other alternatives, new research has found.
    Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News
  12. Learn all about the darker side of chocolate

    To mark Fairtrade fortnight, which is currently taking place, Dalby Church is screening two short films tomorrow (Wednesday,  March 8).
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  13. Co-op Fairtrade Fortnight: Member Pioneers Jo and Gerry meet 14 local councillors to spread the word about climate crisis

    Thousands of people across Britain are already taking part in Fairtrade Fortnight 2023, supported by the Co-op - here's what's happening in North Herts
    Hitchin Nub News
  14. Co-op teaches importance of Fairtrade Fortnight to Crewe school children

    Fairtrade Fortnight 2023 is upon us and is spotlighting the harmful effect of climate change on the future of our food - supported by Co-op.
    Crewe Nub News
  15. Celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with these 20 fantastic Fairtrade products

    For Fairtrade Fortnight (27th Feb - 12th Mar), we’ve tested 20 Fairtrade products, from drinks and snacks to toiletries, accessories and even clothing. Find our favourites below.
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  16. Fairtrade report warns of diminishing supplies of staples such as coffee, bananas, and cocoa - Church Times

    Fairtrade report warns of diminishing supplies of staples such as coffee, bananas, and cocoa - Church Times
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  17. Celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with these 20 fantastic Fairtrade products - BBC Countryfile Magazine

    Celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with these 20 fantastic Fairtrade products - BBC Countryfile Magazine
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  18. Fairtrade report warns of diminishing supplies of staples such as coffee, bananas, and cocoa

    BRITISH staples such as bananas, coffee, and cocoa could become scarce as a consequence of climate b...