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Tea farmers growing different and stronger with ADAPTea project

Fairtrade tea farmers are finding new ways to innovate and grow.

Food as a moral problem

Do university dining services have a responsibility to serve fair and sustainable food? A Fairtrade take on Malcolm Gladwell’s recent Food Fight podcast.

6 Ways to Fairtrade Your Coffee Shop

Independent coffee shops are the throbbing hearts of many neighborhoods. Places where patrons create, collaborate, celebrate and commiserate.

The ‘write’ way to make your back-to-school Fairtrade

Attention Fairtrade students! Are you an activist? An aspiring writer? Looking to get back into the swing of things as classes start up? If so, we have the perfect contest for you!

Banana workers helping to rebuild a peaceful, just society in Colombia

As Colombia rebuilds its society after years of civil war, banana plantations in Urabá, one of the worst affected regions, are empowering workers to have a say in their futures

Fairtrade farmers take coffee quality to new heights in Guatemala

Fairtrade coffee farmers in Guatemala recently saw their coffee rank among the best in a crowded field of competitors in the Guatemala 2016 Cup of Excellence Competition. 

Taking your Fairtrade event from good to great

Are you planning to participate in the World Fairtrade Challenge this May? If you’re looking to host a coffee break or other related event check out these ideas and tips from Fair Trade Campaigns, a national organization mobilizing fair trade consumers and advocates across the US.

Earthquake in Ecuador

On Saturday, an earthquake rocked Ecuador. The following message comes from the Fairtrade Producer Network of Latin America, the CLAC, reposted on our site in solidarity with all the Fairtrade farmers and workers who have been affected.

Farmers in Mexico Adapting to a Changing Climate

The undeniable impacts of climate change lend an urgency to Earth Day. In Mexico, as well as throughout Latin America, coffee farmers have been dealing with an outbreak of coffee leaf rust, a debilitating disease that has been able to spread quicker due to changing weather patterns and higher temperatures. Farmers in Mexico are recovering from leaf rust disease and increasing their resilience to climate change thanks to a project by Fairtrade, CLAC and Lidl Germany.

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