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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, announced that it will increase its...

Eating with a conscience: Ethical food and drink sales hit £8.2 billion in 2018

LONDON, UK – British consumers are increasingly eating with a conscience as latest research from Mintel reveals that last year the nation spent £8.2...

Leading brands and retailers partner to increase Fair Trade offerings

OAKLAND, Calif., U.S. — Fair Trade USA, the leading certifier of Fair Trade products in North America, in collaboration with the Sustainable Coffee Challenge,...

Fair Trade USA launches record number of private label products

OAKLAND, Calif., U.S. — Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in North America, has collaborated with dozens of retailers across...

Wawa launches Third Wawa Reserve Variety, Peru Amazonas

WAWA, Pa., U.S. — Wawa is thrilled to announce a new addition to its coffee offer, Wawa Reserve Peru Amazonas. This new variety is...

Union Hand-Roasted Coffee aims to double revenues in five years

UK-based coffee company Union Hand-Roasted Coffee is aiming to double revenues to £25 million as it looks to cash in on Britain’s booming coffee...

Kroger’s Simple Truth brand expands its fair trade certified offerings

CINCINNATI, U.S. – Kroger, in partnership with Fair Trade USA, announced today that its Simple Truth brand will expand in 2018 to offer more...

Air New Zealand to introduce organic, fair trade coffee at 30,000 feet

Air New Zealand’s customers will soon be able to sip organic, fairly traded coffee at 30,000ft. The airline has signed a contract with Christchurch-based...

Fair trade company Levanta Coffee connects consumers to the source

TOLEDO, Ohio, U.S. – Starting July 18, Levanta Coffee hopes to bring better wages to coffee farmers—and better coffee to businesses in the United...

Italy’s Lavazza buys 80% stake in Canadian-based Kicking Horse Coffee

TURIN – The Lavazza Group today announced the purchase of a significant equity stake in Kicking Horse Coffee, Ltd. from the private-equity fund Swander Pace Capital, who had originally acquired the investment in 2012 in partnership with Jefferson Capital and United Natural Foods.

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