1. Open water swimmers take the plunge at Aberporth

    A DOZEN intrepid open water swimmers took the plunge at Aberporth's Dolwen Beach, to highlight the link between Fairtrade and Climate Justice.
    Tivyside Advertiser
  2. Agrofair: “People must start accepting bananas becoming slightly pricier"

    Frank Vermeersch is AgroFair's Customer Relations and Marcom Manager. This Dutch company is known for its Oké Fairtrade bananas. Frank does not think increased banana prices will improve the…
  3. Fairtrade team sets out stall at farmers’ market | middevonadvertiser.co.uk

    Bovey Tracey celebrated Fairtrade Fortnight with a stall at the Saturday Farmers Market.
    Mid-Devon Advertiser
  4. New shop aims to sell Fairtrade products at a reasonable price

    A NEW shop which has opened in Cardigan’s Priory Street aims to sell Fairtrade products at a reasonable price.
    Tivyside Advertiser
  5. Choose from ethical, monster or cheesy eggs this Easter

    Easter eggs come in all flavours, shapes and sizes, and this year there are plenty of tempting new treats on the market.
  6. Choose from ethical, monster or cheesey eggs this Easter - Wigan Today

    Choose from ethical, monster or cheesey eggs this Easter - Wigan Today
  7. Fairtrade Messe, OTACCWA Set to Discuss Packaging Technology

    Fairtrade Messe, German trade show specialist in collaboration with the Organization for Technology Advancement of Cold Chain in West Africa (OTACCWA) is set to host the 7th edition of the agrofood…
  8. Fairtrade campaign back in style

    AFTER a two year hiatus, Clondalkin Fairtrade was back in style on Monday night at Áras Chrónáin in Clondalkin for the 2022 version. Fairtrade is a partnership between some of the most disadvantaged farmers and workers in the developing world and the people who buy their products. Clonburris National School teacher Paula Galvin spearheaded the…
  9. Fairtrade Africa engages cocoa cooperatives in Ghana to boost production - Ghana Business News

    Fairtrade Africa, a global movement that tackles the injustices of conventional trade, has engaged s
    Ghana Business News
  10. Fairtrade Africa engages cocoa cooperatives to boost production - GhanaWeb

    Fairtrade Africa engages cocoa cooperatives to boost production - GhanaWeb
  11. Look: Pictures show people going bananas for Fairtrade Fortnight

    THERE was plenty of Fairtrade fun in Barry over the last two weeks.
    Barry And District News
  12. Fairtrade Messe To Address Food Waste Through Exhibition - The Street Journal

    For Nigeria to leapfrog to the fourth industrial revolution in agriculture and feeds its growing population, there must be proliferation of new technologies across the value chain to drive production and reduce food loss and waste. The Managing Director, Fairtrade Messe, Paul Maerz, disclosed this while announcing date for the 7th edition of the…
    The Street Journal
  13. Pupils at trailblazing Hartlepool primary demonstrate their support for Fairtrade campaign

    Children at a Hartlepool primary school have once again shown their understanding and support for an annual initiative.
  14. Nike launches sustainable range; Lidl GB opts for Fairtrade cotton

    American sportswear company Nike has launched new collections that scale sustainable materials and methods to accomplish some of its ambitious 2025 sustainability targets,...
  15. MP helps kick off Fairtrade challenge

    Gordon MP Richard Thomson paid a visit to Bridge of Don Academy to help kick-off the school’s FairTrade group’s 90kg Rice Challenge.
    Grampian Online
  16. Fairtrade Fortnight: Greenfylde First School pupils learn about food production

    CHILDREN at Greenfylde First School in Ilminster learnt about food production and the world around them in Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Chard & Ilminster News
  17. Steve Brine MP backs Fairtrade supporters in Winchester

    WINCHESTER MP Steve Brine visited Oliver's Battery to show support for the Fairtrade Foundation.
    Hampshire Chronicle
  18. Caol school pupils promote Fairtrade in the community - The Oban Times

    Pupils enjoy their Fairtrade afternoon tea. Photograph: Abrightside.