1. Fairtrade Fortnight: The beauty brands doing their bit and where to buy them | Marie Claire

    Your bananas and coffee are fair trade, now your beauty cupboard can be too. This Fairtrade Fortnight shop the brands taking fair trade beyond the kitchen. 
    Marie Claire
  2. Wick supermarket shows its passion for Fairtrade Fortnight – 'Food production is so linked to the environment now that it’s vital that we do it in a sustainable manner'

    A Wick supermarket has shown it is passionate about providing shoppers with high quality and ethically produced products with its Fairtrade Fortnight.
    JohnOGroat Journal
  3. Carndonagh’s Fairtrade country market returns this Friday

    Carndonagh will join forces with the rest of the country to help ensure a fair deal for disadvantaged farming communities by holding Fairtrade community events, including a special fair and local country market and coffee morning this Friday. After two years online, Carn Fairtrade are delighted...
    Donegal Daily
  4. Why Is Fairtrade Important for Traders? - AskTraders

    Why Is Fairtrade Important for Traders? - AskTraders
    asktraders.com
  5. Lidl to convert all store team uniforms to Fairtrade cotton - Retail Sector

    Lidl GB has announced that it will be the first UK retailer to convert all its cotton staff uniforms
    Retail Sector
  6. Fairtrade Fortnight! - The Students' Union at UWE

    Fairtrade Fortnight! - The Students' Union at UWE
    thestudentsunion.co.uk
  7. A Fairer Focus in Reigate - Abigail Rayner, St Bede's School

    It’s Fairtrade Fortnight! From the 21st of February until the 6th March, Fairtrade towns across the UK are hosting events and raising awareness to…
    This Is Local London
  8. Lidl rolls out Fairtrade cotton uniforms

    Lidl rolls out Fairtrade cotton uniforms
    Ecotextile News
  9. Fairtrade Foundation responds to latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - Politics.co.uk

    Responding to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), published today, the Fairtrade Foundation’s Head of Policy, Tim Aldred, said: ‘Today’s IPCC report confirms what Fairtrade farmers and workers in low-income nations already know: that the climate crisis is here, threatening their livelihoods, their…
    Politics.co.uk
  10. SFU Fairtrade launches cashew campaign to encourage safer manufacturing practices

    By: Karissa Ketter, News Writer Content warning: mentions of violence and forced labour SFU Fairtrade has launched a campaign to encourage local BC businesses to make the switch to Fairtrade cashew…
    The Peak
  11. Supporting fair trade to put an end to exploitation in the developing world

    A SCHOOL is at the forefront of pioneering fairtrade principles and ensuring workers in developing countries can work for a living, free of…
    Echo
  12. Royal Greenwich celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight - Royal Borough of Greenwich

    Royal Greenwich celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight - Royal Borough of Greenwich
    royalgreenwich.gov.uk
  13. Lidl to swap out all staff uniforms for Fairtrade cotton - Retail Gazette

    Lidl has revealed that it will convert all its cotton staff uniforms to Fairtrade cotton, becoming the first UK retailer to take such action.
    Retail Gazette
  14. Ammanford Fairtrade Fortnight promotes goods despite no big celebration

    The town has held Fairtrade status for 20 years
    InYourArea.co.uk
  15. Lidl becomes first UK retailer to convert all cotton staff uniforms to Fairtrade

    Lidl GB has announced that it will be the first UK retailer to convert all its cotton staff uniforms to Fairtrade, the independent, third-party certification that partners with farmers and workers to negotiate better prices, decent working conditions, and a fairer deal overall.
    Retail Times
  16. Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 Is Here And More Relevant Than Ever

    There’s been much discussion and analysis on changing shopping habits due to the pandemic, Brexit, the cost of living crisis – they all lead back to a top priority for consumers – sustainability.
    Forbes
  17. Lidl claims UK supermarket first with all store uniforms made from Fairtrade cotton

    The discounter will buy 330,000 shirts, trousers, polo tops and chinos made from cotton certified by Fairtrade
    The Grocer
  18. What makes an ethical olive oil?

    Far from mass-produced olives and damaging harvesting processes, small-scale olive farms in Spain, Greece and Palestine are using low-intensive and organic farming to produce oil full of flavour while protecting soil and wildlife.