1. Fairtrade sales rising as shoppers demand an ethical approach

    Sales increased by 14 per cent in 2020
    inews.co.uk
  2. Warrington retains Fairtrade status

    WARRINGTON has successfully retained its Fairtrade status as a town to the delight of local volunteers.
    Warrington Worldwide
  3. Fairtrade trail through Douglas

    People are being encouraged to think of how the things they buy are made.
    iomtoday.co.im
  4. “Voting With Your Dollars” Has Always Been a Flawed Idea

    During the days of the British slave trade, “commercial abolitionists” urged consumers to vote with their dollars against slave-made goods. This business-friendly approach privileged middle-class consumers over the struggles of oppressed workers — just like the “ethical capitalism
    jacobinmag.com
  5. Fairtrade Fortnight shines spotlight on climate justice

    NEWCASTLE Emlyn Fairtrade Group are holding a series of events during this year's Fairtrade Fortnight, which runs from February 21 to March 6.
    Tivyside Advertiser
  6. Giant painting in Calderdale marks the start of Fairtrade Fortnight

    Calderdale-based arts organisation Sand In Your Eye has created a giant grass painting in Hebden Bridge to mark the beginning of Fairtrade Fortnight.
    halifaxcourier.co.uk
  7. These are the best ethical beauty products to buy this Fairtrade Fortnight

    What we buy can change lives.
    Metro
  8. Fairtrade Fortnight: 21 February to 6 March 2022 - CentAUR

    Fairtrade Fortnight: 21 February to 6 March 2022 - CentAUR
    reading.ac.uk
  9. Starbucks to phase out use of Fairtrade coffee - Supply Management

    Starbucks to phase out use of Fairtrade coffee - Supply Management
    cips.org
  10. Ludlow is going bananas for Fairtrade Fortnight

    Ethical consumers in Ludlow are going bananas for Fairtrade Fortnight later this month.
    shropshirestar.com
  11. Co-op moves all South African wine to Fairtrade standards

    Co-op is also investing £800,000 through donations and social premium into a start-up winery called Fairroots
    The Grocer
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. French Election Look-Ahead, NFTs Explained & Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 | Newstalk

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

    It is part of changes to its supply chain
    WalesOnline
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. It's Fairtrade Fortnight: Choose The World You Want! - Bournemouth University

    It's Fairtrade Fortnight: Choose The World You Want! - Bournemouth University