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Joint statement concerning workers’ rights in Fiji

21 September 2012

Fairtrade International, ITUC, IUF and TUC have released a joint statement today on the status of workers' rights in Fiji. Click here to read the statement (PDF) For more information, please contact: Reykia Fick, Media...

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Fairtrade International joins 4C Association

17 September 2012

Sustainability is a key word in coffee. Growing demand and increasing impacts of climate change are pushing coffee farmers and businesses around the world to increase productivity and quality, while simultaneously caring for the...

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Annual Report Reveals the Strength Behind the Sales

04 September 2012

Partnership with Producers Lays Foundation for Fairtrade’s Global Success

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Green & Black’s First Global Brand to Announce Partnership with Fairtrade International in the USA

29 August 2012

Green & Black’s USA Products to Carry World’s Most Recognized Ethical Label to Drive Impact for Farming Communities

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New brochure for workers available

16 August 2012

We are proud to announce that our new brochure for workers is finalized and available online.

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Fairtrade Strong and Growing in the USA

18 July 2012

The international FAIRTRADE Mark is the world’s most widely recognized ethical certification label. You can find it on chocolate bars, coffee bags, bananas, and nearly 27,000 products in over 120 countries. And soon you will find...

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Five Billion Euros Spent on Fairtrade Products in 2011

17 July 2012

World’s Most Recognized Ethical Label on Solid Ground in Established Markets, Taking Off in New Ones

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