Beloved the world over as a luxurious treat with a storied history, chocolate is certainly something to celebrate, and something to savour. We’re big fans of all its many forms, and we bet you are, too.
The COVID-19 crisis is a disaster for millions of children. On World Day against Child Labour, we highlight the risks to children’s wellbeing and four ways Fairtrade is responding.
Sustainable fashion and ethical beauty may seem like unlikely heroes in the war against Covid-19.
Easter may be just around the corner, but it isn’t all about the eggs.
Vanilla farmers the world over have been forced to adapt to changing weather patterns that are severely impacting their ability to grow the crop.
At Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand (Fairtrade ANZ), we collaborate with producers, businesses, civil society, non-government organisations and local government across the wider Pacific to advocate for better conditions for farmers.
Many of us start the day with a cup of coffee. Ok, maybe more than one.
The United Nations SDG 2019 summit in New York on September 24-25 coincided with the first anniversary of the establishment of the International Fair Trade Charter.
Fairtrade is about empowering farmers and workers in developing countries to get a better deal, through fairer prices, decent working conditions and favourable terms of trade.
How much is coffee worth to you?
Earth's species are dying out faster than ever before, according to a new UN report.
Did you know that your morning cup of tea or coffee can change lives every day?
For many of us, the idea of living on an island laden with palm trees is something of a dream.
To mark International Women’s Day in 2019, we want to celebrate Bethy Juzga Gargart, an inspirational Fairtrade figure playing her part in progress towards achieving global gender equality.
Supporting Fairtrade, the most widely recognised ethical label in the world, is your way of making a difference in the fight against economic injustice and climate change.
Making Fairtrade personal and addressing gender inequalities and economic marginalization is the aim of a project to empower women coffee farmers in Kenya.
Encouraging sustainable business practice is crucial as we seek to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Shock, frustration and anger. Those were my feelings after seeing a Fairtrade study in Côte d’Ivoire showing that only 12% of cocoa households earn a living income.