1. LISTED: 8 places to shop 'ethically' in Reading

    SHOPPING IN 2021 is not the same as it was 10 years ago.
    Reading Chronicle
  2. Fairtrade expresses concerns over key drop in prices for Ivory Coast and Ghana cocoa crops

    Fairtrade has expressed key concerns at a 'disastrous' cocoa prices within key West African markets of Ivory Coast and Ghana, with potential impact on future sustainability for the industry, reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  3. People willing to pay more for coffee that's ethical and eco-friendly, meta-analysis finds

    In a study publishing in the journal Heliyon on June 23, researchers combined data from 22 studies to conclude that in general, people are willing to pay $1.36 more for a pound of coffee that's produced in an eco-friendly way and are especially partial to coffee that's labelled ''Organic.''
  4. People willing to pay more for coffee that's ethical and eco-friendly, meta-analysis finds

    Beyond how much cream and sugar to add to their morning brew, coffee lovers also face more serious decisions: one of those is whether or not to buy ecolabelled coffee, which advertises itself as more ethical and environmentally friendly. But whether customers are willing to pay the extra price for these perks remains an unanswered question. In a…
  5. Fairtrade Statement On Supreme Court Decision For Nestlé USA v. John Doe et al., No. 19-416 - Law.com

    Fairtrade Statement On Supreme Court Decision For Nestlé USA v. John Doe et al., No. 19-416 - Law.com
  6. Sustainability drives consumer purchases

    Research from Fairtrade International and GlobeScan shows consumers are changing their purchasing decisions to make a difference on a range of issues
  7. Pladis-owned Dutch chocolate business Verkade returns to Fairtrade after six-year hiatus

    Verkade, the Netherlands-based chocolate and biscuits firm owned by international snacks business Pladis, has renewed its relationship with the Fairtrade organisation after a six-year separation.
    Just Food
  8. Covid-19: African farmers lost 80% of revenue in 2020

    Improving value chains and conditions translating to improved livelihoods for farmers and workers in Africa will be at the heart of a global discussion at the Africa Fairtrade Convention (AFC), whi…
    Food For Mzansi
  9. Community fundraising efforts in Ludlow raise hundreds for climate change appeal

    Fundraisers have thanked the community for its support after they raised more than £700 for a Fairtrade appeal.
  10. 'Fairtrade can do something about injustice': The campaigner and educationalist changing lives

    In the latest in a series of features inspired by Middlesbrough Soroptimists' list of outstanding local women, Jan Hunter spoke to Fairtrade…
    Darlington and Stockton Times
  11. Lionstrike Fairtrade Outdoor/Beach Volleyball

    Whether you are just starting out on your volleyball journey, or simply want to have fun with your friends or family, Lionstrike's Fairtrade Outdoor Volleyball is the perfect option for playing on the beach, at the park or in the backyard / garden. Have fun. Play Fair. Lionstrike volleyballs are accredited Fairtrade me
  12. Fairtrade Statement On Supreme Court Decision For Nestlé USA v. John Doe et al., No. 19-416

    /PRNewswire/ -- The Supreme Court of the United States has issued its decision regarding the case between Nestlé USA and Cargill and six plaintiffs purported...
  13. Russel Stover launches Joy Bites chocolate with no-added sugar

    Russell Stover Chocolates, owned by Lindt & Sprüngli, joins the no-sugar trend with the launch of Joy Bites chocolate bars crafted with Fairtrade cocoa and sweetened with stevia extract.
  14. Chester Fairtrade Shop Re-opens

    Neston Fairtrade town group have asked us to share this article from The Chester Bog, letting you know that the Fairtrade shop in Chester is now open.
  15. Stokesley students enjoy FairTrade essay competition

    ALMOST 130 Stokesley School students entered the Stokesley and Ayton FairTrade Essay Competition to explore purposes and effects of FairTrade.
    Darlington and Stockton Times
  16. Sustainable jewellery brand Lebrusan Studio launches fundraiser to tackle child labour in the jewellery industry

    On the World Day Against Child Labour, leading ethical jewellery brand Lebrusan Studio has launched a fundraiser in aid of the Global March Against Child Labour. In acknowledgement of 2021 as the Int...
    ResponseSource Press Release Wire
  17. The average Slovak drank seven cups of fairtrade coffee last year

    Fairtrade products are on the rise in Slovakia. Cocoa was the most popular among them.
  18. Axelum receives Fairtrade International certification - BusinessWorld

    AXELUM Resources Corp. has obtained certification from nonprofit association Fairtrade International as part of efforts to boost its social programs for local coconut farmers.