1. Dunscore's Big Brew for Fairtrade

    The hard-working Dunscore Fairtrade Village committee pulled out all the stops to spread some community cheer
    Daily Record
  2. Invitation to all the fun of the Fairtrade fair

    A spring Fairtrade fair will be held this Saturday.
    Gazette & Herald
  3. The sweet new possibilities of bean-to-bar chocolate - gal-dem

    The chocolate industry has a long history of exploitation, but a new wave of small-batch companies are creating ethical alternatives.
  4. Ethical jeweller replicating Lindsay Lohan, Kate Middleton and more celeb engagement ring styles at fraction of cost

    Professional Jeweller
  5. Barrow mayor celebrates Fairtrade Fortnite - with one event still to come

    Barrow’s Mayor joined Walney residents in celebrating  Fairtrade Fortnight
    The Mail
  6. Fairtrade Foundation backs global government report on climate change impacts

    The Fairtrade Foundation has backed a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), highlighting the clear impacts that rising global temperatures are having on key agricultural crops, as the charitable body expressed concern over major issues including continued rates of deforestation, writes Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  7. Pop down to Buckingham Old Gaol for The Big Brew

    Buckingham Fairtrade Town Steering Group will have the kettle on this Saturday
  8. "Fairtrade had agreed to an increase of $0.50 per box of bananas for this year, but the cost increase has exceeded $1"

    For months now, the global economy has been affected by a generalized inflationary wave, intensified by, among other factors, the escalation of energy costs and the disruption of global…
  9. Equal Exchange Produce Celebrates its Annual Banana Month Campaign - Perishable News

    The annual campaign works to educate and celebrate the unique supply chain that Equal Exchange supports - one that’s built on long-term, direct partnerships with small-scale farmer cooperatives, is Fairtrade and organic-certified, and has been leading the industry toward just, sustainable change for 16 years. ...
    Perishable News
  10. Addressing climate change that requires ‘urgent action’

    A small voluntary group which aims to raise awareness on Fairtrade and climate change held a Big Brew event as part of Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Stamford Mercury
  11. Fairtrade brunch event will take place in Harborough this weekend

    Bacon rolls and vegetarian sausage baps, pancakes and homemade cakes will be on sale
  12. Town marks Fairtrade Fortnight

    FAIRTRADE fortnight is in its second week with schools and organisations promoting fairly traded products.
    Craven Herald
  13. St Teilo’s choose to use their Fairtrade power | tenby-today.co.uk

    Pupils and teachers at St Teilo’s Catholic School, Tenby, have been learning about how they can make choices to improve the lives of farmers and workers who make many products we consume and use.
    Tenby Observer
  14. Borders supermarket joins Fairtrade Fortnight to help farmers and the planet

    A BORDERS supermarket is highlighting its Fairtrade produce this week as part of a national initiative.
    Border Telegraph
  15. Dunfanaghy Fairtrade signs to be unveiled today - Highland Radio - Latest Donegal News and Sport

    New Fairtrade signs will be visible in Dunfanaghy from today, The town was acknowledged by Fairtrade Ireland as a Fairtrade Town in 2021. As part of Dunfanaghy/Donegal Fairtrade Fortnight 2022, the new signs were commissioned and produced by Donegal Creative. At 11.00am this morning, supporters of Fairtrade will gather at the Golf Club/Community…
    Highland Radio - Latest Donegal News and Sport
  16. Oke USA Fruit Co. runs a campaign calling out the value of organic and Fairtrade fruit - The Packer

    Oke USA Fruit Co. runs a campaign calling out the value of organic and Fairtrade fruit - The Packer
  17. Buckingham welcomes back The Big Brew for Fairtrade Fortnight

    Buckingham's Fairtrade Town Steering Group will again be hosting the coffee morning outside the Old Gaol
  18. Great pancakes made the Fairtrade way served up at the Lower Deck Cafe in Tavistock tomorrow

    A FLIPPIN’ good day is planned at the United Reformed Church in Tavistock tomorrow when pancakes are served up on Shrove Tuesday.