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Is the Coffee Industry Guilty of Exploitation?

The price for Arabica coffee beans has plummeted in recent weeks to below production costs, jeopardising the livelihoods of 25 million coffee farming families worldwide. Peter d'Angremond of Max Havelaar Foundation discusses the impact of the price crash and what we must do now to protect coffee farmers. 

Anna Jones fabulous Fairtrade Orange and Chocolate Rye Muffins

Try Anna Jones’s delicious muffin recipe – the addition of Fairtrade ingredients really give you something to cheer about.

Why we should buy more Fairtrade products

For every banana to every coffee bean that is sold on Fairtrade terms, a bit more money goes to the community.

Women doing it for themselves: the first coffee grown by women in Kenya

Growing Women In Coffee is a project managed by Marion Ng’ang’a, an agronomist employed by Fairtrade Africa.

How Fairtrade and producers are tackling challenges together

The challenges facing farmers and workers are painfully real, and the solutions require a long-term commitment, strong standards, a dedicated support network and a passion for justice. On all fronts, Fairtrade is up for the fight.

On Valentines Day Say it with Fairtrade

Roses are red, violets are blue, and we at Fairtrade couldn’t do it without you

Tom Hunt recipe for a Fairtrade Vegetable Fukhara

Fukhara is a traditional Palestinian clay pot used to cook stews.

Tim Ingle talks about Ingle & Rhode's latest Fairtrade Gold Design Awards

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Fairtrade Gold Design Awards, we are delighted to announce that submissions are now open for this year’s competition.