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Bestselling Waitrose chocolate becomes Fairtrade

Cocoa and sugar farmers in developing countries will benefit

Leading businesses commit to Fairtrade at work

Leading businesses become 'Workplaces of Worldchangers'   

MEPs agree to act for ACP sugar cane farmers

Fairtrade's Sugar Crash campaign gains cross-party MEP support

Cotton is failing to provide a profitable livelihood for small scale farmers

The Fairtrade Foundation says today that despite supplying the raw commodity that the multi-billion dollar global clothing and textile industries depend on, growing cotton is failing to provide millions of poor rural households in developing countries with a sustainable and profitable livelihood, http://bit.ly/1O7lQgv.

New UN panel for Womens Economic Empowerment

Today, the UN launched the first High Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

COFFEE FIX NEEDS FAIR PRICES SAYS FAIRTRADE

Any looming coffee crisis won’t just be due to finer tastes, it will also be due to shortcomings in investment by the coffee market in producers long term and the increasing impact of climate change in the coffee producing regions, said the Fairtrade Foundation.

Fairtrade welcomes Mark Price as new Trade Minister

The Fairtrade Foundation welcomed the news that Mark Price, former Managing Director of Waitrose, is to be appointed as the new Trade and Investment minister.  

Response to Grocery Code Adjudicator decision

The Fairtrade Foundation responds to the Grocery Code Adjudicator's first independent investigation into supermarkets and their suppliers.

Fairtrade Fortnight 2016

Sit down for breakfast. Stand up for farmers.