1. FOCUS-Coffee, candy makers question EU deforestation law | Headlines

    Chocolate and coffee makers including Italy's Lavazza and Cadbury-maker Mondelez are concerned about the "practicalities" of a new European Union law aimed at stopping deforestation. The pushback comes despite voluntary, public commitments by the companies themselves and the broader coffee and cocoa industry to clean up supply chains using audits…
  2. Tony’s Chocolonely enters bagged confectionery with Littl’ Bits

    The NPD is the result of three years' development by the ethical chocolate brand
    The Grocer
  3. Fairtrade offers warning to UN gathering that agricultural systems are 'teetering on collapse'

    Fairtrade has warned international leaders that global food systems, including the key cocoa sector, are facing unprecedented climate challenges that have left agricultural resources "teetering on the edge of collapse," reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  4. Ethical Jewelry Certifications You Need To Know

    ethical jewelry certifications, how to know if your jewelry is ethical, most important ethical jewellery certifications, gemfields
    Eluxe Magazine
  5. Opinion: Sustainable farming is the key to sustainable food systems

    Food systems will likely face significant upheaval in the next decades due to climate change. Fairtrade’s Juan Pablo Solis and Javier Aliaga Lordemann discuss how agroecological approaches can help mitigate impacts while advancing SDGs.
  6. Fairtrade products in Luxembourg: €60 per consumer

    Turnover generated by sales of Fairtrade products rose by 14% in Luxembourg in 2022 to reach €39m. The average annual shopping basket comes to €60 per consumer, according to the latest figures from the NGO Fairtrade Lëtzebuerg.
  7. Coffee News Recap, 21 Jul: Fairtrade Int increases minimum prices

    Every Friday, Perfect Daily Grind rounds up the top coffee industry news from the previous week. Here are this week’s stories.
    Perfect Daily Grind
  8. Reasons Not To Take Chocolate For Granted

    The global chocolate industry involves complex ethical and socioeconomic issues as well future uncertainties. There is hope, but we should not take this treat for granted
  9. Edinburgh recognised as a Fair Trade city with new certification

    The Edinburgh Fairtrade City Steering Group has announced that its Fairtrade Community Status has been renewed for three years until 2026.  Edinburgh has been a Fairtrade Community since 2004 and t…
    The Edinburgh Reporter
  10. Consumer Support for Fairtrade Products Remains Strong Despite Global Cost of Living

    Consumers all over the world are staying loyal to Fairtrade as the most visible and trusted ethical label, according to recent research findings by GlobeScan an | Consumers all over the world are staying loyal to Fairtrade. In fact, close to three in five (56 percent) of shoppers surveyed in 12 countries said they were willing to pay more for a…
    World Tea News
  11. Ciranda develops three new syrups sourced from agave and tapioca

    The provider of certified organic, non‐GMO, and Fairtrade food ingredients has launched three new syrups to help CPG brands and product developers create new products that meet consumer demand for less sugar in their diets.
  12. BSI/ASR and Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association Still at Odds Over Fairtrade Premiums

    BSI/ASR and Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association Still at Odds Over Fairtrade Premiums
    Love FM Belize News & Music Power
  13. Don't Buy mwb fairtrade Wertpapierhandelsbank AG (ETR:MWB) For Its Next Dividend Without Doing These Checks

    Don't Buy mwb fairtrade Wertpapierhandelsbank AG (ETR:MWB) For Its Next Dividend Without Doing These Checks
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    mwb fairtrade Wertpapierhandelsbank AG ( ETR:MWB ) stock is about to trade ex-dividend in 4 days. The ex-dividend date...
    Yahoo Sports
  15. Fair Trade USA Keeps Coffee Premiums Steady, Studies Revamp

    Fair trade coffee has been in the spotlight in 2023 after Fairtrade International, based in Germany, announced in March that it would lift its coffee minimum price and organic differential starting August 1.
    STiR Coffee and Tea Magazine | Global Business Insight on Coffee and Tea
  16. What happens when you charge more for ethical products?

    Could more ethical pricing structures encourage consumers to pay greater heed to the environmental and social costs of global supply chains?
  17. Library staff presented with Toilet Twinned Town certificates

    Members of the Scarborough, Malton, and District Soroptimist club, along with the Malton and Norton Fairtrade group, have presented Toilet Twinned…
    Gazette & Herald
  18. Kenyan coffee farmers already experiencing climate change: Fairtrade reports

    A new study published by the Fairtrade Foundation warns that 93 per cent of Fairtrade coffee farmers are already experiencing climate change.