• Fairtrade


    25 November 2019 by Fairtrade International

    For the past two years we have explored the connection between Fairtrade and each of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Today we conclude the series of blog posts by looking at Goal 16 which aims to “promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.”

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  • Aramark

    Finding ways to evolve supply chains

    18 November 2019 by Pippa Rogers, Fairtrade Canada

    Michael Yarymowich is the Sustainability Manager with Aramark Canada. Aramark is a proud Gold-level sponsor for the 2019 Fair Trade Campus Week. Learn more about Aramark’s work here.

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  • Meaghan

    A Collaborative Approach to Food Service

    30 October 2019 by Gabriela Warrior Renaud, Fairtrade Canada

    Meaghan Beck is the Manager of Corporate Responsibility with Sodexo Canada. Sodexo is a proud Gold-level sponsor for the 2019 Fair Trade Campus Week. Learn more about Sodexo’s work here.

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  • Camino

    Camino / La Siembra Cooperative 20th Anniversary

    17 October 2019 by Fairtrade Canada and Camino

    Ottawa-based worker co-operative La Siembra produces the Camino brand of delicious chocolate, sweet treats and baking products. They are currently celebrating their 20th anniversary and everyone here at Fairtrade Canada is looking forward to collaborating with them (and enjoying their products) for many years to come. We asked Mélanie Broguet, their product development and marketing manager, some questions about the history of the co-op and what fair trade means to them.

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  • Senegal

    Zero hunger starts with paying farmers a fair price

    15 October 2019 by Darío Soto Abril, CEO, Fairtrade International

    Coffee and chocolate. Many of us struggle to get through a day without one - or both - of our favourite luxuries. Yet, for the millions of small-scale farmers around the world who grow the cocoa and coffee beans we love, the price of an espresso or chocolate bar is a cruel joke.

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  • Mario

    Wake up: six reasons to choose Fairtrade coffee

    1 October 2019 by Fairtrade International

    Many of us start the day with a cup of coffee (ok, maybe more than one…)

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  • Coffee

    We love coffee. Are we willing to pay the price?

    27 September 2019 by Peter Kettler, Senior Coffee Manager at Fairtrade International

    How much is coffee worth to you?

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  • Fairtrade producers

    10 ways Fairtrade helps advance the Sustainable Development Goals

    25 September 2019 by Fairtrade International

    Today marks the 4th anniversary of the UN’s adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals, which are intended to transform our world – to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all by 2030. Here are 10 ways Fairtrade is working to support the SDGs.

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  • Sukambizi

    SDG 9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

    17 July 2019 by Pippa Rogers, Fairtrade Canada

    As part of our ongoing series of posts about the Sustainable Development Goals and Fairtrade, today we explore SDG 9, which aims to “build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization, and foster innovation.”

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  • Sukambizi

    Decent work and a decent income. It’s not much to ask, is it?

    10 July 2019 by Gelkha Buitrago, Director of Standards & Pricing, Fairtrade International

    There’s a saying in English: “the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.” Put simply, it means that if people collaborate, they can often achieve more than if each person worked on their own.

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