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Iriaini was Fairtrade certified in October 2006. It currently sells around 60 tonnes of tea or 2% of production to the Fairtrade market.
Resources to help you and your company drive sales and awareness of Fairtrade products, and to help your customers and colleagues understand Fairtrade better.
COOPEAGRI is a large co-operative located in the Perez Zeledon region in the south of Costa Rica. Coffee is its main cash crop.
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Bananas are the favourite fruit in our grocery basket and are grown by millions of small-scale farmers and plantation workers in tropical regions.
On the last Friday of each month, we come together with companies and supporters to bring attention to the farmers and workers around the world, in some of the poorest countries, who grow the food we eat and make the clothes we wear.
Primarosa Flowers has set itself the goal of being the leader in its region in the implementation of environmentally friendly agricultural practices.
Sukambizi Association Trust (SAT) is an organisation of small-scale tea producers located in the Mount Mulanje area of southern Malawi.
FEDECOCAGUA became Fairtrade certified in 2000, though some member cooperatives have been selling to the Fairtrade market for more than 10 years.
Fairtrade is a global movement with a strong and active presence in the UK, represented by the Fairtrade Foundation.
Whether it’s at an event in your group, school or workplace, or on its own, a raffle is a fun and popular way to bump up your fundraising. But where do you start for all the tips, tricks and other bits? Right here, of course. But first…
CONACADO is a union of cocoa co-operatives in the Dominican Republic whose cocoa is sold to Fairtrade and other export markets.
Tea is the most popular drink in the world after water – an estimated 70,000 cups are drunk every second. Yet tea farmers and workers struggle to get a fair deal. This can have a very real and human cost.
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The Town Crier is essential reading for Fairtrade Towns campaigners, providing insights into grassroots campaigning, producer insights, updates on upcoming events and information on the latest campaigns.
Join us on a journey of learning and experimenting with the surprisingly large range of Fairtrade sugars from around the world with a particular focus on Mauritius, Belize and Malawi. As well as recipes, tips and cheats, Fairtrade sugar farmers will be giving us a window into their kitchens and homelife.
Students can encourage their institution and its student union to stock Fairtrade goods, food and drink wherever possible.
Over and above the Fairtrade price, the Fairtrade Premium is an additional sum of money which goes into a communal fund for workers and farmers to use – as they see fit – to improve their social, economic and environmental conditions.
Why your place of worship should back Fairtrade
Fairtrade tea is available in a variety of origins and grades from all around the world. With an established supplier base and strong demand from consumers Fairtrade tea is the solution for any business looking to import, package, produce or sell tea which meets high ethical standards.