1. Majority of Brits unaware that cocoa, coffee and banana yields are under threat due to climate crisis, Fairtrade Foundation reports

    New data published today reveals that over 60% of the British public are unaware of the threats that climate change poses to UK supplies of cocoa, coffee and bananas. In addition, well over three quarters (78%) of Brits say it’s important that people overseas who produce tea, coffee, food, flowers, cotton and other staple products imported by…
    Retail Times
  2. Fairtrade Fortnight to focus consumers’ minds on link between cocoa and climate crisis

    The Annual Fairtrade Fortnight campaign, which kicks off on Monday 21 February, is set to highlight the impact of the climate crisis on cocoa and other commodities – as well as renewing its call for fairer incomes for farmers.
    confectionerynews.com
  3. French Election Look-Ahead, NFTs Explained & Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 | Newstalk

    French Election Look-Ahead, NFTs Explained & Fairtrade Fortnight 2022
    Newstalk
  4. Starbucks to reduce use of Fairtrade coffee in UK

    It is part of changes to its supply chain
    WalesOnline
  5. Starbucks cuts back sale of Fairtrade coffee in UK

    It is understood that Starbucks will retain its Fairtrade supplies for certain blends of coffee but has axed relationships with other suppliers
    Evening Standard
  6. Starbucks cuts back sale of Fairtrade coffee in UK

    It is understood that Starbucks will retain its Fairtrade supplies for certain blends of coffee but has axed relationships with other suppliers.
    Tivyside Advertiser
  7. It's Fairtrade Fortnight: Choose The World You Want! - Bournemouth University

    It's Fairtrade Fortnight: Choose The World You Want! - Bournemouth University
    bournemouth.ac.uk
  8. Education for a fair and green world

    The Sidmouth Fairtrade group worked with local schools to raise awareness of global trading issues last year
    Sidmouth Herald
  9. Celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 - Sutton Council

    Celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 - Sutton Council
    sutton.gov.uk
  10. District flies the flag for Fairtrade

    ACTIVITIES are being staged across the district to mark Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Keighley News
  11. Fairtrade greets Nestlé move for cocoa farmer income accelerator

    The Fairtrade Foundation has signalled that Nestlé’s move for financial support to farmers in cocoa growing communities through an ‘Income Accelerator,’ initiative offers a positive step forward, writes Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  12. Starbucks coffee will no longer be Fairtrade as retailer cuts ties with charity in UK & Europe

    The coffee chain says it will use its own standard for ethical supply chains to replace the Fairtrade Foundation’s certification
    inews.co.uk
  13. As Fairtrade Fortnight begins we reveal the fairest price for ethical goods

    WHAT’S a fair price to pay for Fairtrade goods? Next week sees the start of Fairtrade Fortnight, when Brits are encouraged to buy ethical goods to help farmers and families in the developing world.…
    The Scottish Sun
  14. Support Fairtrade at Exeter’s historic Guildhall

    Exeter celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight on Saturday 5 March with a coffee morning in the presence of the Lord Mayor at the city’s historic Guildhall.
    news.exeter.gov.uk
  15. Co-op staff in Worthing share the love on Valentine’s Day, ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight

    Fairtrade Fortnight kicked off early in Worthing with Co-op staff sharing the love on Valentine’s Day.
    sussexexpress.co.uk
  16. Hinckley campaigner urges people to buy Fairtrade this 'Fairbruary'

    The campaign aims to get a fairer wage for farmers in developing countries
    InYourArea.co.uk
  17. Packed programme to mark Fairtrade Fortnight in Glossopdale

    Glossopdale Fairtrade Group's Fairtrade Fortnight starts next week and there's a full programme of events again. 
    Quest Media Network
  18. Campaign for climate justice continues with Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 - East Dunbartonshire Council

    Campaign for climate justice continues with Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 - East Dunbartonshire Council