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Fairtrade welcomes call by Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana for Living Income Differential

NAIROBI, Kenya – With global cocoa prices stuck at unsustainably low levels, Fairtrade welcomed in June 2019 the announcem...

Fair Trade USA calls on consumers to help save coffee industry in peril

OAKLAND, Calif., U.S. — On International Coffee Day, Fair Trade USA is encouraging coffee drinkers to choose Fair Trade Ce...

Indulge in free fair trade coffee for International Coffee Day at Marks & Spencer

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — To celebrate International Coffee Day next month, Marks & Spencer from Sunday 29th Septe...

Miko commences coffee farm takeovers amidst global coffee price lows

TURNHOUT, Belgium – With world coffee prices falling again to below $1 per pound the mass abandonment of coffee farms acro...

Crimson Cup helps Ugandan farmers contend with volatile coffee market

COLUMBUS, Ohio, U.S. — Grace, who owns a small coffee farm in Northwestern Uganda, has a five-year plan to help her family...

New app allows consumers to tip their favourate coffee growers in Colombia

MILAN – Crawford Hawkins, a former hedge-fund manager is launching a app allowing consumers to reward growers producing th...

Fairtrade New Zealand launches its 2019 Fairtrade Fortnight initiative

MILAN – Fairtrade New Zealand has today announced the launch of its 2019 Fairtrade Fortnight initiative (August 2–15), dri...

New partnership aims to benefit Latin American and Caribbean farmers

BONN, Germany — Fairtrade International, the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), and the Latin American and Caribbean Network...

Fair Trade Usa increases minimum cocoa price and premium by 20 percent

OAKLAND, Calif., U.S. — Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of fair trade products in North America, announc...

How much would you pay to eliminate child labor from your cocoa?

MILAN — An increase in cocoa price by 2.8 percent could potentially eliminate the very worst forms of child labor from coc...