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Fairtrade Foundation appoints Professor Bob Doherty as new trustee

Professor Bob Doherty has been appointed as a new Trustee of the Fairtrade Foundation.

Introducing worlds first Fairtrade gold from Africa

Fairtrade makes history today (21 September 2017) when it announces the first ever shipment of African Fairtrade gold from Uganda, with a select number of pieces made from the precious metal expected to go on sale in stores in time for Christmas.

Ben and Jerrys unveils three new non dairy ice cream flavours

Attention ice cream fans unable – or choosing not – to consume dairy; your long wait is soon to be over! It’s almost time to raise spoons in celebration of an all-new, non-dairy flavour lineup, set to arrive into supermarket freezers this month.

Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean

CLAC-CARIBBEAN, Friday 15th September: CLAC-CARIBBEAN has now assessed conditions faced by producers in areas of the Caribbean that have been affected by Hurricane Irma, and established that some producer groups have suffered up to 60% loss of crops.

Fairtrade gold exhibition casts fresh light on responsible luxury

The Fairtrade Foundation has teamed up with renowned British photojournalist Ian Berry of Magnum Photos, and Fair Luxury to create a powerful one-off exhibition giving a glimpse of life in some mining communities in Uganda, and their journey with Fairtrade to improve their lives.

Christmas with a Fairtrade twist

If you are out shopping for the Fairtrade fan in your life we’ve got a few great ideas of presents which will put a smile on their face on Christmas morning. We’re highlighting a number of them during our Fairtrade Christmas campaign this month but there’s such a massive range that we couldn’t fit in, so here’s a few!

Leading businesses join Fairtrade and Gold Standard in the fight against climate change

Paris, Dec 4, 2015. Some of Europe’s biggest businesses are among the first companies to commit to buying the innovative Fairtrade Carbon Credits which were launched during the UN climate change talks in Paris today.

Statement on the situation facing workers of Haitian descent in the Dominican Republic

Fairtrade remains concerned about the lack of legal status and adequate visa system for workers of Haitian descent working in many sectors of the Dominican economy. We believe that the best way to support them is to continue providing those within the Fairtrade system with essential extra finance and support to help them in the legalisation process, thereby ensuring that they continue to have access to higher wage earning opportunities.

Fairtrade comments on supermarkets milk price war

Barbara Crowther, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at the Fairtrade Foundation, comments on the ongoing milk price war.