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Unfair supply chains are not just bad, they're bad business

As the Fairtrade Foundation’s new Chair of Trustees Lord Mark Price joins this week, outgoing Chair Michael Jary reflects on his time at the helm:

The future of food

From child labour to the future of food the voices of young people change agriculture for the better. 

Is it time for Fairtrade milk (again?)

Shoppers in Asda in Stafford must have got a shock when they encountered two Friesian cows in the supermarket aisle. Following further price cuts from milk processors, dairy farmers have recently escalated their protests to a Milk Trolley Challenge removing their product from shop shelves because the price no longer even covers the cost of production.

Making history with Kenyan gold

The hot, dry air and golden African light envelopes us as we begin our winding journey around Lake Victoria to Migori, a small Kenyan community close to the Tanzanian border.

Chocolate made with real love

Dragons’ Den winner the Raw Chocolate Company on how it set off on a mission to offer chocolate that ticks all boxes

Gold: A precarious existence

Victoria Waugh recounts her trip to Peru to meet Fairtrade gold miners.

Navigating the stormy seas of sugar

Gilbert Ramirez, a Fairtrade sugar cane and coffee farmer from Coope Agri, reflects on the Sustainable Sugar Forum run by Business Innovations that took place earlier this month.

Transforming the lives of cotton farmers

Global Fairtrade cotton figures are up 28% year-on-year and the new Fairtrade Cotton Sourcing Program is making it easier for companies to benefit.

Doing Good and Doing Better

Ahead of the release of a new book arguing that trickle down economics are the 'only' way to solve poverty, Barbara Crowther tackles some common Fairtrade misconceptions.