1. Local MP declares Amman Valley office as a Fairtrade office

    THE Ammanford office of a local MP has been declared a ‘Fairtrade office.’
    South Wales Guardian
  2. Wee Brew at Dunscore Primary

    The children did plenty of baking using Fairtrade ingredients, raising nearly £140 in the process
    Daily Record
  3. Bicester Town Council asked to take on fairtrade duties - Bicester Advertiser

    Bicester Town Council asked to take on fairtrade duties - Bicester Advertiser
  4. The Neston Fairtrade Town Group Provides an Update on What Was a Successful Fairtrade Fortnight

    Being active during the dedicated, focussed fortnight, the group enjoyed informing and reminding us about the importance of fair trade.
  5. Bicester Town Council asked to take on fairtrade duties - Oxford Mail

    Bicester Town Council asked to take on fairtrade duties - Oxford Mail
  6. Council asked to take on duties of promoting fairtrade

    A town council has been asked to take on the duties of promoting fairtrade because the group previously responsible are stepping down.
    Oxford Mail
  7. More countries, global tech exhibitors, diplomats set for 8th agrofood & plastprintpack fairtrade – The Sun Nigeria

    By Merit Ibe             Ahead of the 8th edition of agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria exhibition and conference, fairtrade, the organiser and international trade show specialist, Heidelberg, has confirmed participation of more countries, global exhibitors, diplomats and speakers for the internationally acclaimed trade show scheduled to hold…
    The Sun Nigeria
  8. Okehampton enjoys community feast for Fairtrade Fortnight

    Dozens of Okehampton residents attended the community feast on Sunday (March 7) as part of Fairtrade Fortnight to enjoy a wide range foods made by members of the community.
    Okehampton Times
  9. The Mayor attends Fairtrade thank you event for Solihull students - Solihull Council

    The Mayor attends Fairtrade thank you event for Solihull students - Solihull Council
  10. M&S launches £12.50 afternoon tea and it looks divine

    The scrumptious spread includes luxury sandwiches, an all-butter scone, mini cakes and Fairtrade tea
  11. Aldi and Fairtrade scale up commitment to Ethiopian flower workers

    Aldi has partnered with the Fairtrade Foundation to scale up its commitment to flower workers in Ethiopia.
    Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News
  12. "Generous spirit of our community": Fairtrade Fortnight embraced in Beccles

    A Suffolk market town has fully embraced the Fairtrade Fortnight in a tradition it first adopted 16 years ago.
    Beccles & Bungay Journal
  13. Bellwether, Sustainable Harvest and Fairtrade Meet ‘Living Income’ Price in Guatemala

    Electric coffee roaster maker and green coffee seller Bellwether Coffee has announced the implementation of a “living income” price for coffees sourced from Guatemala. The sourcing prog…
    Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
  14. Aldi to scale up commitment to flower workers in Ethiopia through Fairtrade women’s empowerment programme | Grocery Trader

    Aldi UK is partnering with the Fairtrade Foundation on the next stage of a £400,000[ii] programme to empower women in the Ethiopian flower sector, with a view to tackling some of the systemic challenges they face. Aldi is the second largest retailer of Fairtrade flowers in the UK and in 2022 the supermarket sourced
    Grocery Trader | Grocer News from Grocery Trader - Latest news and information for the multiple grocery trade in the UK
  15. Why your morning coffee depends on closing the gender gap

    For Fairtrade Fortnight, Positive News explores why empowering women is key to the future of your morning flat whites
    Positive News
  16. Stepaside School pupils ‘kick-off’ Fairtrade Fortnight

    Stepaside CP School kicked off their Fairtrade Fortnight (which runs February 27 to March 12) activities by inviting Sharron Hardwick, Fair Trade In Football campaign founder and Kilgetty AFC Coach, to lead activities with Mrs. Chandler Hall’s Class, year 3 and 4 pupils. 
    Tenby Observer
  17. Fairtrade Fortnight concludes with warning to consumers on fragile nature of supply chains

    During the past two weeks of Fairtrade Fortnight, the movement has taken the chance to remind shoppers that everyday essentials such as  bananas, coffee and cocoa could be at risk of becoming ‘endangered’ due to climate change, writes Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  18. Sweet news for chocolate lovers - and cocoa farmers - as more products added to Fairtrade

    Strong consumer demand for affordable, sustainable products will drive the Fairtrade market in 2023, the organisation said after a successful awareness campaign in the UK brought ethically sourced products, such as chocolate, bananas and coffee, into the spotlight.