1. Children’s sculptures and art goes on display for Fairtrade Fortnight

    ARTWORK created by schoolchildren has gone on display across Solihull as part of Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Solihull Observer
  2. Fairtrade Fortnight focuses on sustainable supply chains

    Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 begins today, with a strong focus on how climate change will impact trade and how to maintain a sustainable supply chain
    supplychaindigital.com
  3. Co-op moves all South African wine to Fairtrade - Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News

    The Co-op has unveiled the move of all of its branded and own-label South African wine to Fairtrade.
    Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News
  4. Adare and Newcastle West set to become Fairtrade Towns

    ADARE and Newcastle West are setting out on a drive to become Fairtrade towns and promote the goals of fairness and equality for people in less well developed nations. The campaign, which is being led by local Tidy Towns groups and supported by Limerick City and County Council, coincides with Fairtrade Fortnight which starts today. For the […]
    Limerick Post Newspaper
  5. The Co-op moves all its South African wines to Fairtrade

    UK convenience retailer, the Co-op has moved to 100% Fairtrade South African wine across its own label and branded wine range, which it claims is an industry first. 
    The Drinks Business
  6. Fairtrade talk on Rwandan coffee farmers | okehampton-today.co.uk

    The Okehampton Fairtrade Group will host a Fairtrade Devon speaker at a virtual coffee evening at the end of February.
    Okehampton Times
  7. Starbucks reduces sale of Fairtrade coffee in the UK - Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News

    Starbucks has announced it is cutting back on the amount of Fairtrade coffee it sells in the UK.
    Grocery Gazette - Latest Grocery Industry News
  8. Buying Fairtrade wine can help improve the working conditions of its producers

    From merlot to pinotage, raise a glass to Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 with the best Fairtrade wines from Morrisons, M&S, Co-op and more
    The Independent
  9. Fairtrade Fortnight: Campaign highlights importance of climate adaptation for 2022

    After research revealed that most UK shoppers aren't aware that the climate crisis will impact yields of commonly imported food, the Fairtrade Foundation is using its annual campaign this year to emphasise the importance of building climate resili...
    edie.net
  10. Sales growth for Fairtrade produce

    Bananas, grapes, oranges and tomatoes among the lines showing solid sales growth at retail
    fruitnet.com
  11. Fairtrade Fortnight: Campaign highlights importance of climate adaptation for 2022 - edie

    After research revealed that most UK shoppers aren't aware that the climate crisis will impact yields of commonly imported food, the Fairtrade Foundation is using its annual campaign this year to emphasise the importance of building climate resilience.
    edie
  12. Two Limerick destinations looking to become Fairtrade towns

    TWO LIMERICK towns are looking to make the humanitarian leap in become designated Fairtrade destinations in support of third-world farmers and their families. Adare Tidy Towns and Newcastle West Tidy Towns are embarking on Fairtrade journeys to become Fairtrade towns. Dolores O’Meara, Chair of...
    limerickleader.ie
  13. Fairtrade sales continue to grow – report

    Retailers continue to back the Fairtrade movement despite the impacts of Brexit and ongoing pandemic-related challenges.
    independent.co.uk
  14. Youngsters urged to get arty and support fair trade

    T-shirt competition asks youngsters to Choose The World You Want ahead of Fairtrade Fortnight on February 21
    Daily Record
  15. Fairtrade sales rising as shoppers demand an ethical approach

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

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

    People are being encouraged to think of how the things they buy are made.
    iomtoday.co.im
  18. “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