1. Ben & Jerry's partner with Fairtrade to help Ivorian cocoa farmers earn more

    Around 5,000 Fairtrade cocoa farmers in Ben & Jerry’s supply chain will receive approximately an additional $600,000 over the next year
    Voice Online
  2. Fairtrade International secures £15m Covid-19 relief funding for producers - Co-operative News

    The funding will be allocated to Fairtrade-certified producer organisations, including co-ops
    Co-operative News
  3. Ben & Jerry’s partners with Fairtrade to boost cocoa farmers’ incomes

    Cocoa farmers in Cote d’Ivoire are set to earn higher prices for their beans, as ice cream icon Ben & Jerry’s pledges to pay more to provide living incomes for cocoa farmers.
    confectionerynews.com
  4. KitKats in question: Nestlé’s ethical alternative fails to convince Fairtrade fans

    When food giant Nestlé announced it would stop sourcing some Fairtrade ingredients, it sparked much dismay. But was the move justified – and is it the beginning of the end for the Fairtrade mark?
    pioneerspost.com
  5. Fairtrade Foundation calls on UK government to tighten its new Environment Bill to tackle illegal deforestation in supply chains

    The Fairtrade Foundation has cautiously welcomed the UK government’s new Environment Bill, which includes measures prohibiting UK firms from selling products linked to illegal deforestation overseas.
    confectionerynews.com
  6. Fairtrade secures €15m from Europe in COVID-19 relief and recovery funds for its producers

    Government agencies and commercial organizations pledge financial support to provide direct support to producers on the frontline of the pandemic.
    confectionerynews.com
  7. Oxford fairtrade shop goes online in response to Covid-19

    A POPULAR fairtrade shop in the heart of Oxford has launched an online store to make ‘fair, sustainable and ethical’ shopping easier.
    Oxford Mail
  8. Pocklington’s Fairtrade group keen to highlight cause after Covid-19 hits events programme

    Pocklington’s Fairtrade group (Pocklington FLAG) is currently unable to run either its monthly Fairtrade stalls or any Christmas special events due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
    pocklingtonpost.co.uk
  9. UK falls in love again with Fairtrade bananas and coffee

    British public support for ethical label lifts sales of Fairtrade goods for the first time since 2013
    the Guardian
  10. Fairtrade only really benefits supermarkets. A rethink is needed | Ndongo Samba Sylla

    The Fairtrade movement offers too few benefits to rural producers of the global south, writes Ndongo Samba Sylla, a Senegalese development economist
    the Guardian
  11. Move by UK supermarkets threatens to bring Fairtrade crashing down

    Tesco is to join Sainsbury’s in changing the branding of some ‘fairly traded’ products
    the Guardian
  12. Fairtrade chief defends cocoa sourcing scheme with Cadbury owner

    Michael Gidney insists farmers will not be worse off under Cocoa Life partnership with Mondelēz
    the Guardian
  13. 'Profoundly disappointing': KitKat cuts ties with Fairtrade

    Fairtrade label guarantees farmers get a set minimum price and a financial bonus
    the Guardian
  14. Campaigners make their voices heard

    Protestors in the north-east have joined the Keep Kit Kat Fairtrade campaign.
    Grampian Online
  15. Problem Solved #16: FairTrade talks reclaiming its status in a crowded market

    To mark the launch of our new manifesto – setting out The Drum’s editorial mission to help readers solve their problems – we’re christening today Solutions Day on thedrum.com. And to set the tone, over the course of 24 hours our team of worldwide journalists will be spotlighting 24 recent examples of times when our industry demonstrated…
    The Drum
  16. Murals in Denver, Los Angeles and Nashville Highlight Fairtrade Efforts

    The purchasing behaviors of coffee consumers in the COVID-19 era in the United States have turned, in a word, topsy-turvy. In an attempt to refocus consumers and draw attention to Fair Trade Month …
    Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
  17. Campaigners present Nestlé with petition over ending Fairtrade KitKat deal - Confectionery Production

    Campaigners have protested at the UK headquarters of Nestlé, handing over a petition signed by 300,000 against the company's move away from Fairtrade cocoa sourcing for its KitKat brand, reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  18. How Fairtrade Protects Company Supply Chains — and Brand Reputations

    We caught up with Peg Willingham, newly minted Executive Director of Fairtrade America, to clear up the confusion around the concept of “fair trade”; and hear why Fairtrade is more important than ever.