1. KitKat Scraps Partnership With Fairtrade in ‘Profoundly Disappointing’ Move

    Nestlé will sever ties between Kit Kat and Fairtrade in favour of a deal with the Rainforest Alliance. It means thousands of farmers will lose out.
    Global Citizen
  2. Why KitKat has suspended its decade-long partnership with Fairtrade

    KitKat is to end its decade-long partnership with the Fairtrade Foundation, despite warnings that thousands of farmers will be hit by move.
    Watford Observer
  3. Shock decision by Nestlé UK&I to stop using Fairtrade cocoa means farmers will lose Premium

    The Fairtrade Foundation has issued a statement in response to Nestlé’s surprise announcement that it is planning to stop using Fairtrade cocoa and sugar in its chocolate bars, including the top-selling KitKats, and use Rainforest Alliance certification instead.
  4. Nuts For Cheese becomes first to use Fairtrade Ingredients

    Canadian natural product and vegan cheese-alternative producer Nuts For Cheese has joined the Fairtrade movement, sourcing cashews, coconut oil, coconut milk, turmeric and black peppercorns to produce the world's first Fairtrade Certified vegan cheese alternative.
  5. Fairtrade Prices boost cocoa farmers’ income by $15m in fourth quarter

    Fairtrade International has announced sales of Fairtrade certified cocoa from Côte d’Ivoire in the fourth quarter of 2019 increased farmers’ earnings by approximately $15.1m compared to non-Fairtrade cocoa.
  6. Causeway Coast and Glens celebrates Fairtrade Status

    A special schools’ bake-off event has been held to celebrate Fairtrade Borough status for Causeway Coast and Glens.
  7. Turning point for chocolate? Theo pegs fairtrade and ethical sourcing as “fundamental principles”

    12 Mar 2020 --- US-based chocolatier Theo Chocolate is highlighting a turning point for the chocolate industry. Following its recently published 2019 Impact Report, the company pegs fairtrade and ethical sourcing as key principles of its ethos. Speaking to FoodIngredientsFirst, Monique Heineman, Brand Manager, explains how “the conventional…
  8. Fairtrade group welcomes Malawian farmers to Elgin

    SUGAR cane farmers from Malawi addressed a busy hall in Elgin as part of the community's Fairtrade Fortnight events.
    Northern Scot
  9. Sustainable Brands - Fairtrade America

    Fairtrade America is the US representative of Fairtrade International - the global leader in ethical product certification. Shoppers care more about where their food comes from. Fairtrade America works with brands to ensure their supply chains support farmers, their communities, and their ecosystems.
    Sustainable Brands
  10. Find out more about Fairtrade at Guildhall coffee morning

    A Fairtrade Coffee Morning will take place at Exeter’s historic Guildhall on Saturday.
  11. Central England Co-op urges shoppers to embrace Fairtrade Fortnight

    Central England Co-op is urging customers to 'do good at home and overseas' this Fairtrade Fortnight by supporting both farmers abroad and those less fortunate in their own communities.
    Convenience Store
  12. Aberlour shines spotlight on Fairtrade

    A SPEYSIDE village is encouraging locals to consider their shopping choices ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Northern Scot
  13. What is Fairtrade and how can I get involved?

    Literally put your money where your mouth is.
  14. What is Fairtrade?

    Buying Fairtrade products can make a real difference to workers in developing countries.
  15. Fairtrade label trusted by half of US consumers, as price no longer a barrier

    The certification program found that consumers consider Fairtrade products worthwhile – and worth the cost, an internal survey found.
  16. Consumers place trust in Fairtrade

    A 2019 GlobeScan study reports that 76 per cent of US consumers view Fairtrade brands more favourably
  17. Did you know you can buy Fairtrade flowers?

    Fairtrade are focusing on sharing how their African flowers help people to be paid a fair wage. We take a closer look
    pebble magazine
  18. 52 ideas that changed the world - 9. Fairtrade | The Week UK

    How paying farmers fairly went from niche to necessary