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We could all do with a little cheer as the pandemic continues, so what better way to do it than with some uplifting Fairtrade flowers?
Scheme will support most vulnerable cotton famers during Covid-19 and help keep our favourite clothes on shop shelves.
Feel good about your fashion by choosing eco-friendly outfits that benefit the people who make our clothes and limit our impact on the planet’s resources.
Millions of small-scale farmers in developing countries depend on cotton for their livelihoods. This briefing provides an industry overview, and explores why Fairtrade is needed and what it can achieve.
Fairtrade has always had justice at its heart. We fight the injustices of global trade, where the power balance is too often uneven, leaving many farmers and workers in poverty.
As the cocoa harvest season begins in West Africa, Fairtrade welcomes the higher price farmers receive in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana as of 1 October.
Despite coffee’s popularity and lucrative value, the average non-Fairtrade coffee farmer lives on as little as £1.37 a day. How can this be?
Fairtrade producer organisations in 55 countries are benefitting from the €2.1 million Fairtrade Producer Relief Fund that is helping thousands of farmers, workers and their communities cope with the immediate impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
What does it mean when a product is labelled Fairtrade? And does that mean the product is also organic?
by Fairtrade Africa What has this picture got to do with ice cream? You wouldn’t imagine it, would you? That this rutty wooden structure has something to do with your scoop of dessert? But it does. It also has something to do with your ice cream, perfume and even car freshener. This wooden structure, and…
If young people seeking further education desert coffee farms en masse, where will the next generation of coffee farmers come from?
Fairtrade Foundation has welcomed the UK Government’s new measures to hold businesses and public bodies accountable for tackling modern slavery.
Amazon’s new ‘Climate Pledge Friendly’ program helps Fairtrade consumers to choose the world they want
Fairtrade today announced that it is participating in Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly program, making it easier for customers to discover and shop for more sustainable products on Amazon, including many Fairtrade-certified goods.
Fairtrade Foundation solidifies commitment to human rights and urges companies to step up due diligence action
Companies in the UK must intensify their efforts to tackle human rights violations in global supply chains, Fairtrade Foundation has said, as it pledges to advance human rights principles in business.
Tackling climate change is at the heart of the fair trade movement, as it threatens the livelihoods of those we are working to protect. Find out more in our presentation.
The latest updates for participants in the Fairtrade University and College Award.
To help you show support this Organic September, we’ve handpicked some of our favourite dual certified products for you to try, from clothes to confectionery. Enjoy!
We’ve picked out a few Fairtrade bargain ideas for you! Our top tip: look for retailers’ own labels. Retailers are among the businesses most supportive of Fairtrade, which means you’ve got plenty of cheap Fairtrade options out there.
Fighting poverty and making trade fair must be priorities for new Foreign and Development Office, says Fairtrade
Eradicating global poverty should be a central aim of the new Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), says Fairtrade’s CEO Michael Gidney.
On Banana Lovers Day today, Fairtrade is celebrating the UK’s love affair with bananas and a strong performance with nearly a quarter of bananas sold in the UK certified as Fairtrade.