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Good for you, good for farmers: Introducing the World’s First Fairtrade Supplements

Organic India is launching the world’s first Fairtrade certified supplements, including Tulsi (Holy Basil), Cinnamon, Ginger, and Trikatu, a blend of herbs to support digestion*. By certifying their supplements with Fairtrade, Organic India invites people to join their sustainability journey and brings a new level of transparency to the wellness sector.

Fairtrade Figures, What Can Data tell Us?

This article originally appeared on Fairtrade International's website.

Fairtrade Coffee Cabinet Recipe with Ethical Bean Coffee

A quirky name for what might just be the tastiest milkshake this side of the Mississippi. Join our partners from Ethical Bean Coffee for this great summer treat.

Back to School the Fairtrade Way

Respect, responsibility, sharing, the concept of fairness - these are all essential values that educators hope to impart on their pupils. Unfortunately, something that’s too often left out of the lesson is that many of the products we rely on every day getting ready for school & work – coffee, cocoa, bananas – are produced un-fairly. 

Sustainable Products Inside and Out: Holistic Thinking for Better Futures

If so many companies have integrated sustainability into their strategic planning, why doesn't it feel like we're closer to solving climate change and other societal ills?

Six Ways Fairtrade is Pressing for Progress on Gender Equality

At Fairtrade, we continue to promote gender equality in sectors that have long been male-dominated.

Bananageddon Cometh

Undoubtedly, bananas’ popularity comes from their distinctive appearance – and their rock-bottom price. But what might be less well-known is that bananas as we know them are on the verge of extinction.

Your Easter Chocolate Capable of More than Smiles

This Easter, choose Fairtrade treats to make life better for small-scale cocoa farmers around the world

Bittersweet Chocolate

Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be complete without chocolate – the National Retail Federation confirms it, estimating that US consumers will spend $1.8 billion on candy this February 14th. But the story behind chocolate may leave a bad taste in your mouth.

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