Fairtrade means producers in the developing world get paid a fair and stable price for their produce. Think coffee, tea, sugar, chocolate, wine and cotton and add whole range of other products and you will find that many of our everyday commodities have been sourced from all over the world.

Ready to say goodbye to chocolate? We're not! Ever wondered what a world without chocolate would look like? Now you can find out – and learn how our favourite treat is under threat and what you can do about it. Some cocoa industry experts think that rising demand...

In 2012 we're asking everyone to Take a Step for Fairtrade. It can be a simple step, like swapping your tea to Fairtrade, or a bigger step, like asking everyone in your office to do it too. You'll be joining thousands of others all over the UK...

Find out more about our Step back to School in Fairtrade cotton campaign here: http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/uniform We rely on it for so many parts of our everyday lives, but do the people who farm cotton get a good deal from it? Farmers in West Africa and India...

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