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Together with Ben & Jerry’s we’re on a mission to make a living income possible for cocoa farmers in West Africa.
Ice cream icon Ben & Jerry’s pioneers holistic approach to living incomes for cocoa farmers, in partnership with Fairtrade.
The Green Web Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation that visualises the kind of energy which powers the internet, has certified that the Fairtrade Foundation’s website is hosted using green energy. The internet uses vast amounts of energy and a significant quantity of that energy is used in data centres where information is stored and processed. Some…
On the 31 October, the Fairtrade Foundation took part in the Virtual Global Coffee Festival by hosting a panel discussion titled: ‘Fairtrade Presents: The Women Behind Your Coffee’. This was a fantastic session, where participants got to hear directly from a coffee farmer and other experts determined to choose a fairer future for coffee. In celebration of women coffee farmers, Katie Burgess, Head of Business Services and Out of Home…
Check out the Virtual Ethical Advent Calendar here. Peek behind the doors of Fairtrade’s Virtual Ethical Advent Calendar… A year’s supply of tea, beautiful Fairtrade Gold jewellery, £100 worth of wine, a coffee and cake bundle including Fairtrade coffee syrups, or is it an ethical smart phone you’re after this Christmas? If you’re looking for an unusual and ethical way to count down to…
Fairtrade Foundation backs parliamentary recommendations for addressing impacts of Covid-19 in developing countries
Fairtrade welcomes a new report urging the UK government to ensure action on global health crises does not undermine longer-term international development work.
25 ethical gift ideas for Christmas 2020. Sustainable, Fairtrade and with people and planet at their heart. Happy shopping!
Fairtrade Foundation responds to new Environment Bill measures to tackle illegal deforestation in supply chains
Fairtrade Foundation’s position on new move to ban UK firms from selling products linked to illegal deforestation overseas.
Donate monthly to Fairtrade and receive a box of Fairtrade treats and tips every quarter.
This Giving Tuesday – 1 December – take something positive from what has been a very difficult year. Show support for the farmers and workers who have continued to grow our food throughout the pandemic.
Clipper Tea launches its biggest marketing campaign to date to celebrate Gen Tea. A new generation of consumers who love tea but care about the people and planet too.
Watch the latest videos from the Fairtrade Foundation. Hear about fair trade, the climate and the stories of the Fairtrade farmers and workers.
In a year when the Black Lives Matter movement and issues of racial injustice have gathered widespread attention in Britain, the debate around diversity in the national curriculum has been firmly back on the agenda for the education sector.
Amazon Launches ‘Climate Pledge Friendly’ in Europe to Make It Easier for Customers to Discover and Shop for Sustainable Products
Fairtrade is taking part in Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly programme, launched in Europe today to help customers find sustainable products.
As the new cocoa harvest season kicked off in Côte d’Ivoire earlier this month, it also marked the sad moment when KitKats are no longer Fairtrade, a few months after Nestlé announced that KitKats would no longer contain Fairtrade cocoa and sugar.
2020 – a year to run a chill down your spine. Here’s a selection of spooky, but sweet (cause let’s give ourselves a break here), Halloween ideas.
Details of academic staff who have a research interest related to Fairtrade. Those listed are happy to be contacted by participants enrolled on the Fairtrade University and College Award programme.
Dario Soto Abril, CEO Fairtrade International, explains why fair trade must become the norm rather than the exception to tackle child labour in West African cocoa production.
Whip up a batch of delicious salted caramel pumpkin cupcakes for Halloween. Recipe by Tate & Lyle.
Despite being one of the UK’s favourite treats, few people know the true story behind the chocolate bar they are about to enjoy.