1. Max Havelaar: The Dutch anti-colonial novel that inspired the Fairtrade movement and “killed colonialism” - The Currency

    The Leipzig Book Fair is the second-largest business-literary event on the European continent. Every year, it features the literature of one country – or language group –  as a special guest. This year, Dutch-language literature was highlighted. This really did whet my curiosity: Were there literary classics of world significance from the…
    The Currency
  2. Jun 5: Royals to mark D-Day 80; Asda 'priciest for fuel'; Fairtrade turns 30; New BMW 1 Series – Car Dealer Magazine

    King, Queen and Prince of Wales joining veterans to mark 80th anniversary of D-Day The King, Queen and Prince of Wales will join veterans at a
    Car Dealer Magazine
  3. 5 reasons your office should become a Fairtrade Supporting Workplace

    In today’s world, ethical consumption and corporate social responsibility have become crucial considerations for businesses. Among the many certifications and labels available, Fairtrade is a beacon…
    Fairtrade Australia New Zealand
  4. UK Fairtrade product sales generate £28m in premium for farmers

    There are now almost 5,000 Fairtrade products available to buy in the UK
    The Grocer
  5. Fairtrade Foundation's mission remains vital three decades on

    While the Fairtrade Foundation laid the groundwork for the movement in the early 90s, it was a couple of years later in 1994 when the UK gained its first glimpse of Fairtrade chocolate, which made notable national and international headlines.
    Confectionery Production
  6. UK consumers generate £28m in Fairtrade Premium

    Premium allows producers to invest in business and community projects including healthcare, education, and environmental initiatives
  7. Fairtrade 30th Anniversary report urges farmer pay, environment and human rights action

    The Fairtrade Foundation has renewed urgent calls to businesses and governments to help enhance farmer pay in key supply chains including the cocoa sector, as well as deliver progress on climate change, as core elements of its 30th anniversary report, writes Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  8. Fairtrade Foundation marks 30 Year Anniversary with an urgent call for action

    The Fairtrade Foundation has today published its 30th Anniversary Report, celebrating decades of transformative impact in developing countries.
    Kennedy’s Confection
  9. British shoppers’ support for Fairtrade holds strong as organisation turns 30

    The report also issues a call to action for businesses, campaigners and whichever party forms the next UK government.
  10. Fairtrade celebrates 30 years of campaigning in the UK

    To celebrate the milestone, the Fairtrade Foundation has launched an urgent call for action to bring more businesses and shoppers on board
    Co-operative News
  11. Glastonbury marks milestone anniversaries in Fairtrade commitment

    By choosing from over 6,000 Fairtrade products available worldwide, Glastonbury’s residents and visitors contribute to positive change.
    Glastonbury Nub News
  12. Fairtrade Africa empowers cocoa sector women with gender training - Ghana Business News

    Fairtrade Africa, through its Sustainable, Democratic, and Inclusive Cocoa Cooperatives in West Africa Project, has held a graduation ceremony for 26 students who received gender training at the Women's School of Leadership.
    Ghana Business News
  13. Fairtrade Africa Enhances Women's Roles in Cocoa Sector Through Gender Training - News Ghana

    Fairtrade Africa Enhances Women's Roles in Cocoa Sector Through Gender Training - News Ghana
  14. mwb fairtrade Wertpapierhandelsbank Reports First Half 2023 Earnings

    mwb fairtrade Wertpapierhandelsbank ( ETR:MWB ) First Half 2023 Results Key Financial Results Revenue: €12.8m (up 243...
    Yahoo News
  15. Fairtrade's Shared Impact will ensure long-term security for growers - The Grocer

    Fairtrade's Shared Impact will ensure long-term security for growers - The Grocer
  16. Unique shopping event takes place in Thornbury

    SHOPPERS were treated to a display of Fairtrade goods as part of a unique event. 
    Gazette Series
  17. Fairtrade’s Shared Impact will ensure long-term security for growers

    The pressing issues faced by farmers have now reached a critical point that cannot be ignored, says Fairtrade Foundation associate director for sustainable sourcing Anna Mann
    The Grocer
  18. Fairtrade wine in South Africa is rife with inequality and poor working conditions

    South Africa is the world's largest producer of Fairtrade wine, yet issues of racialised worker exploitation persist