"Fairtrade Premium encourages us, as women cocoa farmers, to be able to achieve certain things. We know that with Fairtrade there is a Premium waiting for us, and for each woman, you can do what is in your heart."Rosine Bekoin, member of the CAYAT co-operative
News and Features
Article posted: 30 Apr 2021
On International Labour Day we stand in solidarity with workers and trade unions around the world.
In Fairtrade partnership, Côte d’Ivoire cocoa farmers take key steps towards data ownership, ‘first mile’ traceability
Press release posted: 28 Apr 2021
Six Ivorian cocoa cooperatives are partnering with leaders in the agriculture digital solutions tech space, a specialized capacity-building organization, and Fairtrade to launch a pilot project aimed ...
Article posted: 26 Apr 2021
A paradigm shift in the conversation around sustainable textiles and human rights and environmental due diligence in textile supply chains.
Article posted: 22 Apr 2021
A Q&A with Fairtrade’s Climate Advisor on our Mission to Tackle Climate Change
Article posted: 21 Apr 2021
Good for you, good for farmers and workers – what’s not to like?! Celebrate Banana Day by tucking into a Fairtrade banana today.
As cocoa prices fall in Côte d’Ivoire, Fairtrade urges EU for cocoa sector regulation to recognize the right to living income
Press release posted: 12 Apr 2021
The European Commission and European governments must commit to recognizing living incomes in forthcoming human rights due diligence regulation for the European cocoa and chocolate sector, Fairtrade ...
Article posted: 9 Apr 2021
Across 13 countries, Fairtrade coffee producers will be competing to see who has coffee of the highest, most delicious, quality.
Article posted: 17 Mar 2021
Times are always changing. How do the Fairtrade Standards keep up?
Article posted: 12 Mar 2021
Women are critical to the global Fairtrade movement. We spoke with four women producers who gave us a peek into their Fairtrade experiences.
Article posted: 11 Mar 2021
Fairtrade was started to challenge the power imbalances of global trade, which also meant addressing gender inequities. When women earn their own income and have a voice, they can make decisions that ...
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