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Using the Mark as a business

All businesses need to know about using the FAIRTRADE Mark.

Using the Mark as a supporter

All you need to know about using the FAIRTRADE Mark as a supporter.

Policy briefings and reports

We work with government, parliament, business, civil society and other stakeholders to advocate for policies that will make trade fair.

Twin report finds recognising and investing in women farmers is good for business and development

A new Twin report has found that recognising and investing in women farmers is good for business and development. Fairtrade and Twin call on businesses to smash ‘glass ceiling’ for women small farmers who play a vital role in global food production.  

New marks unveiled for Fairtrade gold and precious metals

- Brand new FAIRTRADE Marks for gold and precious metals simplify labelling -They signify strengthened standards on health and environmental protection for miners -Round-table discussions with miners will coincide with international meeting on mercury misuse Fairtrade International has unveiled its new standard and pricing for gold, silver and platinum and new ways of working with the jewellery industry at a landmark round table in London on 9 - 10 October 2013.

Fairtrade celebrates a thousand schools in the UK

A BOLTON primary school has been awarded the coveted accolade of becoming the 1000th Fairtrade School in the UK.

Harriet Lamb becomes first woman to be made Honorary Fellow of Trinity Hall

Harriet Lamb, Chief Executive of Fairtrade International, is today made an honorary fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge University – the first time the college has given the honour to a woman.  

International Fair Trade Conference in Japan invited to Bristol

Bristol’s Fairtrade Co-ordinator attended the 8th International Fair Trade Towns Conference in Kumamoto, Japan at the weekend to invite the 270 delegates from 21 countries to come to Bristol for the 2015 Conference.    

Statement: Response to announcement Fyffes and Chiquita are to merge

The Fairtrade Foundation is watching very closely the impact that the merger of Fyffes and Chiquita to create the world’s largest banana firm will have on banana farmers and workers. Through our existing relationship with Fyffes, we will work in collaboration with the new organisation to seek assurances that the negotiations towards the merger will support banana farmers and workers.