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How coffee farming is supporting the indigenous population of Guatemala

In Guatemala, indigenous people make up around 40% of the population, most of whom are of Mayan descent. 

Inspiration for a Fairtrade lunchbox

Send your little'uns back to school with a Fairtrade inspired packed lunch. Here are some suggestions for a more ethical school lunch.

Top 10 Facts about Fairtrade gold

Across cultures and throughout history, people have coveted gold, using the precious metal for jewellery, money and technology. How much do you know about gold mining and its star-spangled origins?

Decent work and a decent income. It’s not much to ask, is it?

There’s a saying in English: "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". Put simply, this means that when people collaborate, they can often achieve more than if each person were to work on their own.

How ecotourism is helping Fairtrade farmers diversify their income

In the current climate crisis, it is more important than ever that, as global citizens, we take as many steps as possible to travel responsibly, stay educated about world issues in the countries we choose to visit and that we ensure our adventures support the local communities and the environment. What better way to understand these realities than to learn from the locals and travel with purpose?

10 Fairtrade Products for Summer 2019

Your guide to the hottest Fairtrade products to try this summer.

There is only one way out of the global coffee crisis... Pay more.

The global coffee industry is facing an unprecedented price crisis which not only threatens our daily cup of the black stuff but also - far more importantly - jeopardises the livelihoods of millions of small-scale growers around the world. 

Devastating Floods Hit Fairtrade Sugar Farmers in Malawi

Fairtrade sugar cane farmers tell us about the catastrophic damage caused by Cyclone Idai.

When will fashion brands pay workers a living wage

Over the last few years we’ve seen more people asking ‘Who Made My Clothes’ and with increased pressure from the consumer and civil society, it’s not a surprise that there is more investigation into the wages of garment workers in factories, and those who grow the raw products, like cotton. But has there been much action?