1. Uttoxeter residents celebrate Fairtrade fortnight

    Led by the town council and local steering group, residents are being encouraged to take part in a number of events during Fairtrade fortnight.
    InYourArea.co.uk
  2. Fairtrade calls on UK government for action on 'hidden' carbon emissions in food supply chains, including cocoa

    The Fairtrade Foundation has issued a plea to the UK government to actively tackle 'hidden' carbon emissions in British food supply chains - including cocoa growing markets, in an urgent bid to address global climate change, reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  3. Stop offshoring emissions to poorer countries, Fairtrade Foundation urges Government - edie

    Almost half of the emissions linked to UK consumption are generated overseas, a new Fairtrade Foundation analysis has revealed, with the organization urging Boris Johnson to do more to support the net-zero transition internationally.
    edie
  4. Bewley’s Celebrates 25 Years Of Fairtrade | Checkout

    Bewley’s is celebrating 25 years of Fairtrade coffee as part of Fairtrade Fortnight.  Bewley’s was the first company in Ireland to introduce Fairtrade produce to ...
    Checkout
  5. Fairtrade Fortnight is back - this is how to get involved with the festival

    A TWO week festival for Fairtrade is back - and it's gone virtual.
    Barry And District News
  6. Fairtrade Fortnight: What's in it for retailers? - Retail Gazette

    For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, retailers participate in Fairtrade Fortnight to raise awareness of the farmers who help grow their food and drinks. The Fairtrade Foundation talks to Retail Gazette about why more retailers should get involved in the movement.
    Retail Gazette
  7. Causeway Coast Council celebrate Fairtrade award

    Causeway Coast and Glens is celebrating the renewal of its Fairtrade Communities award (Borough-status).
    newsletter.co.uk
  8. Celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight 2021 - CentAUR

    Celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight 2021 - CentAUR
    reading.ac.uk
  9. Oxford to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight - Oxford City Council News

    Oxford to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight - Oxford City Council News
    oxford.gov.uk
  10. Fairtrade Fortnight's Virtual Festival

    Fairtrade's Choose The World You Want Festival kicks off online with workshops, panel talks and cooking demos with some of the UK's most sustainable chefs
    pebble magazine
  11. Fairtrade Fortnight

    The Fairtrade Certification Mark was launched in the 1980s, initially for use in the coffee trade, to encourage a new ethical means of trading by…
    Lexology
  12. Oxford to take part in Fairtrade fortnight – The Oxford Student

    Oxford University will be participating in Fairtrade Fortnight an annual event held across the country to encourage greener consumption.
    The Oxford Student
  13. Fairtrade to be highlighted in Leek with two-week event

    'Buying Fairtrade means the farmers get a better deal in return for their hard work'
    InYourArea.co.uk
  14. Why South Africa's winemakers need our help more than ever | Fiona Beckett on wine

    Snap up Fairtrade Cape wines, help support beleaguered agricultural communities and get some choice tipples into the bargain ...
    the Guardian
  15. How Peterborough’s Masteroast is a hidden force behind the UK’s Fairtrade movement

    Around one in seven cups of roast and ground coffee consumed outside the home in the UK is produced in Peterborough, a fact few will know.
    peterboroughtoday.co.uk
  16. Fairtrade Fortnight: food for thought for kids - Essex Magazine

    Fairtrade Fortnight, 22 February-7 March Food for thought This annual event is a great opportunity for children to learn about and celebrate the people who grow so much of our food. This year, the focus is on the climate emergency and how it impacts on producers in the developing world. Former primary school teacher Laura […]
    Essex Magazine
  17. Fairtrade fun lessons to learn

    Fairtrade Fortnight, February 22-March 7, is a great opportunity for children to learn about and celebrate the people who grow so much of our food.
    yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk
  18. Pictures of Doncaster's Fairtrade community over the years but who can you spot?

    For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the people who grow our food and drinks, grow the cotton in our clothes and of people who are often exploited and underpaid.