1. Fairtrade makes case for living income commitment to cocoa farmers

    Onome Amuge   Fairtrade, an international agricultural empowerment organisation has called on the European Commission and European governments to com
  2. St Neots infant academy is now a Fairtrade school

    An infant academy in St Neots has become a Fairtrade school after a successful project led by one of its teachers. Jo Antrobus, a Year...
    Hunts Post
  3. Newcastle West to become a Fairtrade Town

    NEWCASTLE West in County Limerick is to become a Fairtrade Town following agreement by all municipal district councillors. There was unanimous agreement in support of Newcastle West becoming a Fairtrade Town following a motion proposed by the Mayor of Limerick City and County Council, Cllr Michael Collins and seconded by Cllr John Sheahan. Mayor…
    Limerick Post Newspaper
  4. Fairtrade urges EU to back living incomes in West African cocoa supply chains

    Fairtrade has urged the European Commission and governments across the continent to recognise living incomes in upcoming human rights due diligence regulation for the region's chocolate and cocoa sector, reports Neill Barston.
    Confectionery Production
  5. The Benefits of Buying Fairtrade (And Why We Should Support It)

    There are many positive impacts of buying or shopping Fairtrade for people in developing countries. But the benefits aren’t concentrated in one area – they’re spread far and wide.
    The Web Writer Spotlight | @writerspotlight
  6. Global flower sales flourish, but workers’ pay is below poverty line, Fairtrade Foundation reports

    THE flower industry is worth more than £6.7 billion a year to the global economy, and yet the majori...
  7. Fairtrade takes big steps towards living wages for banana workers

    Fairtrade has announced a new base wage for all Fairtrade certified banana plantations. The revised standard marks a unique move towards a living wage, benefitting thousands of workers. This…
  8. Fun for all in Fairtrade Fortnight

    BOTH Skipton High Street and the centre of Embsay were a hive of activity as both received something of a makeover during Fairtrade Fortnight.
    Craven Herald
  9. NOSTALGIA: Schools’ Fairtrade fun in 2011

    We look through the pages of the Free Press of March 22, 2011.
    Spalding Today
  10. Here's how Vale pupils did in the 2021 Fairtrade competition

    PENARTH pupils have taken part in this years Vale Fairtrade competition.
    Penarth Times
  11. Barry boy wins Vale Fairtrade competition

    A BARRY boy has won the junior section of this year’s Vale Fairtrade competition.
    Barry And District News
  12. Fairtrade - John Lewis Partnership

    Fairtrade - John Lewis Partnership
  13. Clipper Teas: Serve Climate Justice with Fairtrade Tea

    Ethical and organic tea company, Clipper, is working with the Fairtrade Foundation to showcase the sustainable farming methods used on its tea estates that have a positive impact on people and the planet.
    The Drum
  14. Nisa partners mark Fairtrade Fortnight

    Nisa partners across the country have been marking Fairtrade Fortnight in-store. A number of retailers created dedicated displays in their stores, using
    Talking Retail
  15. Fairtrade: Climate in Colour

    The Fairtrade Foundation joins Climate in Colour to create a powerful new infographic exploring how the climate crisis is impacting the farmers who grow our food. The images are released for the annual Fairtrade Fortnight campaign (22nd February – 7th March) which platforms the voices of and issues facing the farmers we work with.
    The Drum
  16. Why You Should Buy Fairtrade Coffee, and 7 Brands You'll Love | Livestrong.com

    Buying Fairtrade coffee ensures farmers are justly paid for labor and goods and that they follow sustainable practices. Shop these Fairtrade coffee brands.
  17. Westminster celebrates becoming first Fairtrade diocese | ICN - Independent Catholic News

    Westminster celebrates becoming first Fairtrade diocese | ICN - Independent Catholic News
  18. Teaming up to support FairTrade in Stokesley and Great Ayton

    STOKESLEY and Ayton FairTrade group are helping to link women who pick tea leaf by leaf, Stokesley school children who are producing posters and…