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15 Fairtrade Chocolate Choices You Can Find on the High Street

I need chocolate - now! We've all been there - it's Friday, we've been at work all week, we deserve a treat. But a treat for us shouldn't be at the expense of others. We don't want exploitation and poverty to be the cost of our chocolate bar.

6 Reasons why you should buy Fairtrade Flowers

Did you know that during colder months, when you buy a bunch of roses in the UK, they are often grown in Africa? 

Blockchain: The Answer to Everything?

If you’ve been reading the newspaper recently, you might be forgiven for thinking that blockchain is the answer to everything. From companies adding blockchain to their titles to boost their stock price, to sweeping statements about how blockchain will fix everything, it’s fair to say this technology is enjoying its moment in the spotlight.

Zaytoun Almond and Dark Chocolate Fairtrade Cookies

Tuck into these tasty cookies made with quality Fairtrade olive oil and chocolate.

Best Hot Chocolate Recipe

Warm up your evenings with this scrumptious hot chocolate recipe from Tess Ward.

Anna Jones' sea salted chocolate and lemon mousse

To celebrate all things chocolate for Fairtrade Fortnight #SheDeserves

Fairtrade Chocolate, Orange and Thyme Cupcakes

A partnership made in coffee break heaven, Percol and Seed & Bean have come together this Fairtrade Fortnight to bring you these delicious chocolate, orange & thyme cupcakes!

100 years on: will we finally bring an end to child labour?

In 2019, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) is celebrating its centenary year. From the beginning, protecting children from labour exploitation has been a core part of their work. While progress has been made since 1919, 152 million children are still in child labour. Of these, 70 percent are working in agriculture.

Climate crisis: Fairtrade farmers speak out

The climate crisis is already badly affecting global food production. Fairtrade farmers like Ebrottié in Côte d'Ivoire, Zeddy in Kenya and Theresa in Nicaragua, suffer the effects, leaving them working longer, for less, and damaging their community.