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  • Coffee farmers in Sumatra

    Fairtrade coffee farmers choose organic

    22 March 2019 by Anna Pierides

    Anna Pierides, coffee supply chain manager at the Fairtrade Foundation, takes a closer look at why and how Fairtrade coffee farmers are moving to more organic practices.

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  • Tea in Basket - Xuan En Yisheng Tea Cooperative China

    A closer look at organic and Fairtrade supply chains

    18 September 2018 by Clem Teagle, Soil Association

    Clem Teagle from the Soil Association talks to us about why we should be thinking about each link in a supply chain. 

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  • Organic September

    10 Organic and Fairtrade products to choose this Organic September

    4 September 2018 by Emily McCoy

    Organic September has rolled around again, and it’s a good opportunity to look at the synergies between organic and Fairtrade.

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    Organic is the new green

    1 September 2016 by Niti Parikh, Pratibha Syntex

    From the Green Revolution to organic farming. In the heart of India, cotton growers have led the way in rejecting harmful chemicals and GM-seeds, working with nature, rather than against it.  

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  • Noctu

    Conscious consumer

    23 August 2016 by Zoë Gale, founder of organic and Fairtrade fashion label Noctu

    The quest for fair, conscious fashion is coming out of the shadows. This is evidenced by the rise of movers and shakers committed to producing in a sustainable way that is good for both people and the planet. Ahead of Organic September, designer Zoë Gale considers the need for Fairtrade and organic fashion, and explains how each of us can get involved.

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  • coffee Ethiopia

    10 facts about Fairtrade coffee

    8 April 2016 by Anna Galandzij, the Fairtrade Foundation

    Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. In the UK, we drink approximately 95 million cups of coffee per day, it is a lucrative multi-billion pound business. However, a closer look at the supply chain shows coffee is a complex and often an unfair affair for the person behind every bean – the farmer. Fairtrade drives a fairer, more sustainable way of trading.  

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