Despite an economically difficult year, sales of fairtrade products have been roaring, with consumers around the world spending around AU$5.4 billion on Fairtrade products in 2009 – a 15% increase over...

Marks and Spencer has started selling Fairtrade-certified vegetables, with the launch of green beans from Kenya. The UK retailer will add Fairtrade green beans to its stable of over 300 different Fairtrade...

Coles is celebrating the 2010 Fair Trade Fortnight by expanding its market-leading Fairtrade Certified product range. Coles will launch eight new high-quality Fairtrade Certified tea and coffee housebrand...

A range of leading Australian businesses have announced Big Swaps to fair trade products as part of Fair Trade Fortnight (1-16 May) – Australia’s biggest annual celebration of the life-changing...

With the Fairtrade Fortnight approaching this coming May, Australians have a real opportunity to boost the Fairtrade movement in Australia. However, Datamonitor research has determined that it will require...

You may think otherwise but there is optimism in organic at the moment.After the recession whacked organic sales of the UK (down almost 13% last year), you would have thought there would have been a downbeat...

World Vision has taken the decision to pause campaigning activities aimed at Arnott’s for a 6 month period in response to the company publicly committing to address potential labour exploitation...

Cadbury’s much-anticipated move towards Fairtrade sugar and cocoa has reached the consumer, with Cadbury’s flagship Dairy Milk brand now carrying the Fairtrade logo in Australia and New Zealand....

Swedish confectioner Cloetta has insisted its focus on developing innovative new products will drive growth at the company and continue to attract new customers.The company yesterday (23 March) reported...

Peter Marks, the boss of UK retailer The Co-operative Group, yesterday (18 March) issued a “bring it on” rallying cry as the company prepares for competition from the likes of Sainsbury’s...