1. 9 best brands for Fairtrade Fortnight

    Support Fairtrade Fortnight by picking up some of these food, fashion and homewares brands - here are our favourites
    pebble magazine
  2. Five ways you can support Fairtrade

    Five ways you can support Fairtrade
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  3. Fairtrade Fortnight focuses on plight of women in the cocoa sector

    Fairtrade Fortnight, which starts on Monday, February 25, sees businesses backing Fairtrade’s cocoa campaign with calls for more action from UK government.
    confectionerynews.com
  4. Is Fairtrade fair? Movement answers its critics - Co-operative News

    With Traidcraft in crisis, Paul Gosling looks at debate surrounding the drive for a more ethical way of doing business around the world
    Co-operative News
  5. Countdown’s Nick Hewer becomes Fairtrade patron

    Game show presenter and former Apprentice star joins the foundation in a bid to boost public support for the certification body
    fruitnet.com
  6. Fairtrade - East Riding of Yorkshire Council

    Fairtrade - East Riding of Yorkshire Council
    eastriding.gov.uk
  7. Fairtrade - Gateshead Council

    Find out more about how you can get involved with Fairtrade.
    Gateshead Council
  8. Orkney MSP marks Fairtrade Fortnight in Holyrood - The Orcadian Online

    Orkney MSP Liam McArthur has marked Fairtrade Fortnight in Holyrood this week by meeting with coffee farmers from Malawi to discuss the importance of fairtrade, including the work of Orkney Fair Trade Group. Fairtrade Fortnight, which began on 26 Feb and runs until tomorrow, Sunday, is an annual promotional campaign organised and funded by the…
    The Orcadian Online
  9. Sainsbury's 'Fairly Traded' is tea likely to confuse shoppers, says watchdog

    Supermarket's own ethical designation is not certified by the Fairtrade Foundation
    The Independent
  10. 5 of the best Fairtrade coffees for Fairtrade Fortnight

    From beans to ground, these Fairtrade coffees help farmers invest in their land and their future. And they taste amazing.
    pebble magazine
  11. Luton is a Fairtrade town - Luton Borough Council

    Luton is a Fairtrade town - Luton Borough Council
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  12. How Fairtrade is maintaining its relevance

    Sales of Fairtrade products continue to grow in Europe. But certain companies and retailers are abandoning the mark in favour of internal programmes. Is certification still relevant?
    foodnavigator.com
  13. First batch of African Fairtrade gold arrives in the UK

    Fairtrade has announced the first ever shipment of certified African Fairtrade gold into the UK, in a move backed by Philips that could unlock new ethical sourcing opportunities for businesses ranging from jewellers to tech specialists.
    edie.net
  14. Consumers happy to pay Fairtrade premium

    GlobeScan research finds US consumers are willing to pay a premium for Fairtrade certified bananas
    fruitnet.com
  15. What Do Ethical, Organic And Fairtrade Mean?

    Confused by food labels? You're not alone. Here's our ultimate guide to ethical shopping certifications and terms.
    pebble magazine
  16. Is this the beginning of the end for Fairtrade?

    With Sainsbury’s, Tesco & Cadbury moving away from Fairtrade in favour of their own ethical pledges, what must brands do to ensure they keep consumer trust?
    Marketing Week
  17. J Sainsbury criticised over move to drop Fairtrade label from tea - Financial Times

    J Sainsbury criticised over move to drop Fairtrade label from tea - Financial Times
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  18. Why small producers have big concerns about multinationals joining Fairtrade

    Fairtrade was set up to support small producers - but some feel it is now missing the mark.