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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.

Epona joins fairtrade textile standard

NUS is converting 100% of its cotton to Fairtrade. This move marks UK’s first step towards running a completely Fairtrade Production supply chain.

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!

Fairtrade response to Guardian article on Fair Trade Scandal

Six in ten of all farmers and workers in Fairtrade are now in Africa. Increasing their market access on Fairtrade terms is the challenge now.

Fairtrade Foundation at the Conservative Party conference

Fairtrade Foundation will host an event at this year’s Conservative Party conference on how private sector partnerships can benefit women farmers and workers

ARNISTON BAY LAUNCHES A MAJOR FAIRTRADE WINE MOVE IN THE UK

A pioneering Fairtrade winery Stellenbosch Vineyards is converting some of its Arniston Bay wines to Fairtrade, in collaboration with a leading UK retailer.

Fairtrade Foundation at the Labour Party Conference

Fairtrade Foundation will host an event at this year’s Labour Party conference on how private sector partnerships can benefit women farmers and workers

Celebrate this festive season with a Fairtrade twist

This festive season Fairtrade is making sure that you bring joy and happiness not only to those who receive your presents, but to the 1.4 million of farmers and producers in developing countries who made them.

Failure to engage farmers in PPPs could exacerbate poverty

Governments and international development partners must do more to ensure that smallholder farmers can play an active role in the design and development of agricultural PPPs