1. Farmer-owned Fairtrade company Divine Chocolate announces new exports - Co-operative News

    The company has expanded its offerings at UK retailers Waitrose and BP Connect and is extending its reach in Turkey and the US
    Co-operative News
  2. Divine Chocolate holds poetry competition to celebrate its Fairtrade, farmer-owned ethos - Co-operative News

    The contest, run in conjunction with Christian Aid, is now in its 16th year
    Co-operative News
  3. Concern as Sainsbury’s replaces Fairtrade with its own Fairly-traded certification - Co-operative News

    There are fears the new scheme will take power away from smallholder producers and co-ops in the retailer’s supply chain
    Co-operative News
  4. Co-op Group to increase Fairtrade wine offer - Co-operative News

    The retailer is working with South African suppliers to increase its volume of Fairtrade wine by 2.5million litres a year
    Co-operative News
  5. Co-op Group commits £50,000 to support Fairtrade women cocoa farmers - Co-operative News

    The Women’s School of Leadership aims to tackle gender inequality and reduce poverty in Ivory Coast
    Co-operative News
  6. Co-operatives back International Fairtrade Charter - Co-operative News

    Around 250 organisations back the charter, including the International Co-operative Alliance
    Co-operative News
  7. Waitrose partners with Tony’s Chocolonely for ethical cocoa sourcing initiative - edie.net

    Waitrose partners with Tony’s Chocolonely for ethical cocoa sourcing initiative - edie.net
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  8. Fairtrade International works to support venture for Ecuadorian cocoa co-operatives

    Fairtrade International has recently complete a key scheme with its Cacao of Excellence Programme, working with the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Fair Trade Small Producers and Workers (CLAC), to support Eucadorian cocoa co-operatives that are part of its network.
    Confectionery Production
  9. Jersey's Fairtrade Island status renewed

    JERSEY’S Fairtrade Island status, which it has held for nearly two decades, has been renewed by an organisation that ensures fair pay for farmers in developing […]
    Jersey Evening Post
  10. Fairtrade Africa launches project to combat depletion of vegetable cover

    By Regina BennehGoaso, (AR) March, 28, GNA – Ghana Agroforestry for Impact (GAIM) Project has been launched at Goaso in the Ahafo Region to contribute to the improvement of livelihoods and climate change resilience through the agro ecological transition of cocoa farms.The three-year project being implemented by Fairtrade Africa in partnership…
    MSN
  11. Fairtrade Narcotics Present: Cerulean (Single Launch)

    FAIRTRADE NARCOTICS present Cerulean – the first single from their upcoming self titled & entirely self produced album via Groovecult Records. Underpinned by a cyclical rhythmic groove, Cerulean explores the positive law of attraction: the personalities and opportunities that manifest when you follow intuition and pursue what is magnetic.…
    Beat Magazine
  12. Ethical Shopping Continues to Rise in the UK Despite Cost of Living Crisis

    Despite facing the most significant increase in living costs in four decades, British consumers are increasingly prioritizing ethical shopping, driven by concerns over the environment and the well-being of farmers in developing countries.
    Business Matters
  13. Fairtrade Africa and partners launch Ghana Agroforestry for Impact Project - MyJoyOnline

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  14. Ethical shopping on the rise in UK despite cost of living crisis

    Increase in Fairtrade income to £13m shows shoppers still prioritising environment and workers’ wellbeing
    the Guardian
  15. Fairtrade calls for UK to beef up its deforestation laws

    Similar to the European Union's deforestation measures to tackle deforestation linked to commodity imports, the UK government has announced a new global deforestation law, but Fairtrade is concerned about the extra costs to farmers.
    confectionerynews.com
  16. Fairtrade research finds a third of consumers overlook ethical Easter eggs over price assumptions

    Fresh research from Fairtrade has found 31% of consumers are overlooking purchasing ethical brand Easter eggs on the assumption that they are costing more, which comes amid an ongoing cost of living crisis that has made consumers instinctively price-sensitive, reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  17. Fairtrade research finds a third of consumers overlook ethical Easter eggs over price assumptions - Confectionery Production

    Fairtrade research finds a third of consumers overlook ethical Easter eggs over price assumptions - Confectionery Production
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  18. Fairtrade UK hits 30 and continues to make its mark

    Fairtrade is marking its 30th anniversary with a series of innovative events and campaigns throughout the year.