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Radio 1 DJ Alice Levine and TV presenter Laura Jackson, together the Jackson&Levine, London’s coolest supper club, say their trip to Ethiopia to meet coffee farmers was an eye-opening experience.
Eileen Maybin, Senior Media Adviser – Special Initiatives at the Fairtrade Foundation, reports from the Africa Fairtrade Convention.
Around 1 billion people in the developing world don't have access to good quality water. Rachel Wadham reflects on meeting Kenyan tea farmer Teresa Kurgat, and learning about the many benefits access to clean drinking water has brought to her and the local community.
In the UK, we drink around 70 million cups of coffee daily and eat on average 5 billion bananas a year. Millions of smallholder farmers supplying our breakfast tables are food insecure, missing meals or going hungry a year-round. We've put together 10 facts on food security.
If you thought you had grown out of Easter, then think again. We've rounded up a selection of Fairtrade eggs that suit adults and children alike - all available on the high street. Fairtrade chocolate makes a real difference to the lives, and futures, of over 179,800 farmers in the developing nations. A chocolate treat that contributes to making trade fairer. Makes sense to us! See if we can tempt you...
Anne Salter has been a Fairtrade campaigner for the past 15 years. In February 2016, she had the opportunity to meet several Fairtrade producers, as a part of the programme ‘Empresas sociales exportadores’ with Social Enterprise UK from the Federacion de organizaciones sociales de Costa Rica and the British Embassy in Costa Rica. Here, she shares her story.
On Tuesday 8 March, the Fairtrade Foundation will be hosting a Twitter Q&A with Ivania Calderón Peralta from the Fairtrade-certified Union of Co-operatives CECOCAFEN, Nicaragua, from our London office. Please give Ivania a warm welcome and ask her a question using the hashtag #FTchats.
Gender inequality is often seen as a women’s issue. Wrong! Gender is not about women - it’s about power balances between men and women, and relationships which are free from prejudice. Achieving gender equality in agriculture means empowering farmers, farm workers and their employers to build communities where everybody feels equally valued.
The launch of the first all party parliamentary group (APPG) for Fairtrade was one of the highlights of this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight providing an opportunity for more MPs to get involved with Fairtrade.
Find answers to some of the questions that are frequently asked about Fairtrade.
Ever wondered how many farmers and workers are involved with Fairtrade? Or how the Fairtrade Premium is used? Here's a snapshot from our latest data.
Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.