What are 10 Fairtrade products?
Learn more about the leading Fairtrade products below.
- Bananas. A go-to snack for people on the run, bananas are a supermarket staple.
- Cocoa. Chances are you ate some this week – the world loves cocoa, but wouldn’t love the conditions of many of those who grow it.
What are examples of Fairtrade products?
The Fairtrade certification system covers a growing range of products, including bananas, honey, coffee, oranges, Cocoa bean, cocoa, cotton, dried and fresh fruits and vegetables, juices, nuts and oil seeds, quinoa, rice, spices, sugar, tea, and wine.
How many Fairtrade products are there?
4,500 Fairtrade certified products
HOW MANY FAIRTRADE PRODUCTS IN THE UK ARE THERE? Thousands! We have licensed over 4,500 Fairtrade certified products for sale through retail and catering outlets in the UK.
What brands use Fairtrade?
Here are some of our favourite fair trade brands in the UK.
- FAIR SQUARED.
- Seed and Bean Chocolate.
- Clipper Teas Organic Everyday Teas.
- People Tree.
- Bird & Wild.
- Dip & Doze.
- Lebrusan Studio.
Is Cadbury Dairy Milk Fairtrade?
It has been seven years since Cadbury Dairy Milk became Fairtrade certified in the UK. Fairtrade campaigners celebrated and the future looked promising, with Cadbury chief executive Todd Stitzer saying that he planned to convert their other chocolate brands to Fairtrade “as soon as we can do it”.
Is Starbucks Fairtrade?
Starbucks is one of the largest purchasers of Fairtrade-certified coffee in the world, bringing Fairtrade to coffee lovers across the globe.
Is Nestle Fairtrade?
Nestlé is one of the leading buyers of Fairtrade certified cocoa through its KitKat brand and we are grateful for all this decade of partnership where we have contributed to the success of Nestlé. A non-Fairtrade trade relationship means regression and continued poverty.
Is cadburys Fairtrade?
It has been seven years since Cadbury Dairy Milk became Fairtrade certified in the UK. It was a pivotal moment – perhaps the pivotal moment – in the ‘mainstreaming’ of Fairtrade in this country.
Is Cadburys chocolate Fairtrade?
It has been seven years since Cadbury Dairy Milk became Fairtrade certified in the UK. At a stroke, 350 million chocolate bars a year were certified, bringing the Fairtrade Mark into every corner shop in the country.
Is Cadbury a Fairtrade business?
Cadbury’s signature product, the Cadbury Dairy Milk Milk Chocolate Block range (since April 2010) and Dairy Milk Easter Magic egg (since April 2011) are Fairtrade Certified in Australia and New Zealand. This is part of a global conversion of signature Cadbury products in markets around the world.
Is Mcdonald’s coffee Fairtrade?
The McCafé coffee experience. McCafé coffee beans are now the first to be 100% Rainforest Alliance (RFA) Certified™. This means that they’re ethically and sustainably sourced, which helps to protect forests, conserve wildlife, and support communities around the world.
Is all Cadbury chocolate Fairtrade?
They announced that Cadbury Dairy Milk will no longer be Fairtrade certified. Instead, all Cadbury products will be brought under Mondelēz International’s in-house sustainability programme, ‘Cocoa Life’. It has been seven years since Cadbury Dairy Milk became Fairtrade certified in the UK.
Why are Cadbury and the Fairtrade Foundation working together?
Todd Stitzer adds, “By working together, the Fairtrade Foundation and Cadbury believe we can get more people in the UK to buy Fairtrade products and achieve more for this cause than we ever could individually.
What countries are Cadbury products sold in?
Cadbury products are widely distributed and are sold in many countries, the main markets being the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, India, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States. Some of the following products are made under licence. This list does not include products made by other companies.
What products are covered by Fairtrade standards?
There is an enormous variety of products covered by the Fairtrade Standards. Each purchase of a Fairtrade product can make a real difference for farmers and workers around the world. Learn more about the leading Fairtrade products below. A go-to snack for people on the run, bananas are a supermarket staple.
How can Kuapa Kokoo get involved in Fairtrade?
Now Kuapa Kokoo will have the opportunity to sell cocoa to Cadbury on Fairtrade terms, which will increase their Fairtrade premiums, and therefore the range of farmer support and community development programmes they can implement. Fairtrade Foundation: Eileen Maybin or Martine Julseth on +44 (0)20 7440 7686/7675 or +44 (0)7770 957 451