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Fairtrade brings hope to Uganda's artisanal gold mines

In Uganda communities mining gold are trapped in poverty but now, Fairtrade’s first certified mine in Africa offers a safer, more prosperous future

Good cuppa - 10 facts about Fairtrade tea

Britons drink 876 cups of tea a year! We consider the value of making those 876 cups of tea Fairtrade. 

Opportunity for women in West Africa in the Women's School of Leadership

Michelle Gillian, from the Impact Directorate at the Fairtrade Foundation, went to visit the Women’s School of Leadership school in Cote D’Ivoire to find out more about the programme and what opportunities it is bringing to women in the area.

Tom Hunt Recipe for Baked Apricot Frangipane

In this recipe, Tom Hunt, award-winning chef, food writer and food-waste campaigner, uses a summer fruit favourite for a classic British treat.

Your quality cuppa changes quality of life in India

Today (Friday 21st April) is National Tea Day, a special day to celebrate the great taste and occasion of a delicious cup of tea. But how much do we really know about the origins of tea and the people and processes that produce the nation’s traditional hot beverage? 

Spare a thought for countless faceless farmers and workers making your clothes

Subindu Garkhel, cotton manager at the Fairtrade Foundation, reflects on changes from home sewn clothes to the modern fashion industry, and the complex issues of transparency along the chain.

What do you know about modern slavery in fashion

Safia Minney discusses her book on modern slavery in fashion supply chains and talks about her journey finding out more behind the fashion industry.

Fairtrade Easter eggs: A cracking line up…

For many of us, Easter means sharing chocolate! Make your celebrations fairer for cocoa farmers this year by choosing Fairtrade. We think we’ve rounded up an egg-cellent selection to suit all tastes, take a look…

Fashion fans must fight for fairness

The global fashion industry is opaque, exploitative and environmentally damaging and desperately needs revolutionary change. Yet one brand, one organization, or one person cannot change this alone; we need all the stakeholders — brands, retailers, producers, governments and consumers — to work together towards a cleaner, safer, fairer, more transparent fashion industry.