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Bringing the School to the Mountains

Interest in farming is in steep decline among young people in many of the communities where Fairtrade works. A program in Guatemala provides young girls and boys with the opportunity to continue their studies.

Making Bananas Better

#FairBananaDay was on October 7th. What do you know about bananas? Try these facts on for size.

Make Your Fair Trade Month a Fair Trade Year in 5 Easy Steps

Fair Trade Month is drawing to a close. During October we celebrated the people of Fairtrade including the farmers and workers who produce Fairtrade goods, the companies who sell Fairtrade products, and the shoppers, policy makers and activists who push for change.

Win a Fairtrade Parents Bundle!

*Fair Trade Month Competition announcement*

Raising the Voices of Rural Women

Tsitsi Choruma, Senior Advisor, Gender at Fairtrade International, writes this blog in honor of Rural Women's Day 2015. Follow her on Twitter.

A Nutritionist's View - Why I Choose Fairtrade Products

Margaux J Rathbun is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner who shares her knowledge of nutrition and health on her blog, www.authenticselfwellness.com. Margaux wrote a blog for Fairtrade America about how she came to understand what fair trade means and why she chooses Fairtrade certified products.

Release: Fairtrade Launches Climate Standard

New Fairtrade Climate Standard enables smallholders and rural communities to fight climate change.

Sweeten your day – thank a cocoa farmer

It’s National Chocolate Cupcake Day! Crazy to think that there is a whole day dedicated to one particular type of dessert, but there you go. This year, we celebrate with Divine Chocolate and the cocoa farmers of Ghana who co-own the Fairtrade chocolate company.

Make a LOFTy goal this Food Day

LOFT Local Organic Fairtrade

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