Fairtrade has changed [conditions] a lot... women and men now have the same rights. There are regular working hours, fixed leave days, and significantly improved safety regulations.Rosemary Achieng, supervisor, Panda Flowers Farm, Kenya
News and Features
Article posted: 21 Nov 2022
“At COP27, I am raising my voice for climate justice” A climate conversation with Fairtrade Producer Ines Zairi
Article posted: 16 Nov 2022
“Climate justice means using the lens of equity” A climate conversation with Fairtrade partner Ben & Jerry’s
Article posted: 15 Nov 2022
What does a sustainable food system look like in the face of climate change? Cheryl Pinto, Ben & Jerry’s Global Head of Values-Led Sourcing, gives us her take on building a fair and green future.
Article posted: 11 Nov 2022
How Fairtrade cocoa farmers in Ghana are scaling up a programme to combat climate change and secure their livelihoods.
Article posted: 6 Nov 2022
In an open letter, Fairtrade calls on Member States at COP27 to ‘honour their climate promises’ and ‘act now’ for our planet’s farmers.
Article posted: 4 Nov 2022
Fairtrade producers across Latin America and the Caribbean have planted more than 300,000 trees in a six-month tree-planting drive.
Article posted: 3 Nov 2022
At COP27 Climate Conference, The Last Banana will warn delegates and governments alike that the future survival of the world’s most popular fruit is at risk
“Climate justice means empowering farmers” A climate conversation with Fairtrade partner Matthew Algie
Article posted: 1 Nov 2022
We spoke to Matthew Algie’s Sustainability Manager, Amy Oroko, to get her take on building a fair and green future
Article posted: 31 Oct 2022
A new Fairtrade Living Income Reference Price for Ugandan coffee means new opportunities for farmers to make progress toward living incomes.
Article posted: 28 Oct 2022
Our theory of change maps out what we do and why. We have updated ours and launched a new tool to make the pathways to impact easier to trace.
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