1. Webinar discusses how wellness businesses can confront human rights issues in supply chains head on and keep up with ethical consumer demands

    UNCOVERING THE HUMAN COST OF WELLNESS: A webinar aimed at the wellness sector hosted by the Fairtrade Foundation, featuring perspectives from Mumanu and Liberation Foods, will aim to encourage businesses to address human rights issues in their supply chain and fulfil consumer demand for products that are free from exploitation. The companies in…
    cosmeticsbusiness.com
  2. Fairtrade International Launches Living Income Reference Prices for Coffee

    Spurred by the 2018/19 coffee price crisis and decades of price volatility negatively affecting farmers, Fairtrade International has launched its first ever living-income reference prices for Colom…
    Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
  3. BM partners with ethical chocolate brand...

    Workplace catering company BM has partnered with Islands Chocolate as part of a move to continue to improve sustainability in its chocolate supply chain.
    The Caterer
  4. The UK’s International Development Strategy raises questions about trade for development plans, says Fairtrade - Politics.co.uk

    Opinion piece written by Tim Aldred, Head of Policy at the Fairtrade Foundation Ever since the Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, announced the new International Development Strategy (IDS) a few weeks ago, amongst a number of important issues, many have pointed to its focus on trade and economic development. What does Fairtrade make of it? First of…
    Politics.co.uk
  5. Peterborough Lido makes a splash after cafe is awarded Fairtrade status

    “Most people know that Fairtrade empowers families and communities in the global south. But not everyone realises that choosing Fairtrade also helps fightback against climate change.”
    peterboroughtoday.co.uk
  6. Fairtrade urges UK shoppers not to abandon it when saving on expenses

    Ethical group Fairtrade says farmers in the developing world are struggling with a hit to both living and production costs. Therefore, shoppers are being urged to keep on buying Fairtrade…
    freshplaza.com
  7. Fairtrade Sales In Italy Considerably Up On Pre-Pandemic Period | ESM Magazine

    Italians spent €553 million in 2021 on products containing at least one Fairtrade-certified ingredient, almost double compared to 2019 (€320 million).
    ESM Magazine
  8. Fairtrade targets wellbeing sector for latest webinar on supply chain human rights

    A webinar targeting the wellness sector, including healthier snacking, hosted by the Fairtrade Foundation, featuring perspectives from Mumanu and Liberation Foods (pictured), aims to encourage businesses to address human rights issues in their supply chain and fulfil consumer demand for products free from exploitation.
    Confectionery Production
  9. Fairtrade urges UK shoppers not to abandon it in ‘race to the bottom’

    Ethical group says developing world farmers are struggling with a hit to both living and production costs
    the Guardian
  10. The Best Fair Trade Coffees for an Ethical Buzz

    Fair trade coffee quenches your caffeine cravings and protects workers. Whether you drink it hot or cold, we researched the best Fair Trade coffee.
    Treehugger
  11. Voyage Foods CEO: ‘If you look at cocoa and coffee prices over the last 20 years, they’re going in one direction’

    Voyage Foods – one of a new wave of startups reverse engineering common foods from coffee (without beans) to chocolate (minus the cacao) using more sustainably and ethically-sourced ingredients - will debut its cacao-free chocolate in September in a filled candy bar from a “European billion-dollar-plus confectionery company.”
    foodnavigator-usa.com
  12. Pembrokeshire football campaigner invited to House of Commons

    A Pembrokeshire-based football campaign was invited to a Fairtrade Panel event at the House of Commons earlier this month.
    westerntelegraph.co.uk
  13. Fairtrade advocates living income for farmers

    INTERNATIONAL trade in the global south has traditionally been with key agricultural commodities such as cocoa, coffee cashew, among others.
    Graphic Online
  14. Demand grows and grows for Fairtrade bananas in Canada

    Canadian demand for Fairtrade bananas continues to show significant strength. “Demand continues to grow. It’s been another record year for us,” says Kim Chackal, Director, Sales and Marketing…
    freshplaza.com
  15. News and views on sustainable food and ethical business | Published by Riverford

    News and views on sustainable food and ethical business | Published by Riverford
    Wicked Leeks
  16. Fairtrade Canada wraps up month-long awareness campaign

    Throughout May, Fairtrade Canada executed its campaign to raise awareness for the fa ...
    grocerybusiness.ca
  17. News and views on sustainable food and ethical business | Published by Riverford

    Ethical trade label is raising awareness of cocoa farmers living on 75p a day as part of a two-week campaign including ice cream giveaways and retail pledges.
    Wicked Leeks
  18. Celebrating Fairtrade Month as certified banana availability expands

    Throughout May, Fairtrade Canada–the Canadian chapter of Fairtrade International–is celebrating the farmers, workers, brands, retailers and advocates who make up the Fairtrade System during…