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  • Coffee farmers set up virtual university in Honduras

    Getting Digi with IT

    17 April 2017 by Mary Linnell-Simmons, Marketing & Communications Manager

    How does Fairtrade change the lives of farmers? Well, coffee farmers set up the first virtual university in Honduras using their Fairtrade Premium.

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  • food as a moral issue

    Food as a moral problem

    22 July 2016 by Margot Conover, External Relations Manager

    Do university dining services have a responsibility to serve fair and sustainable food? A Fairtrade take on Malcolm Gladwell’s recent Food Fight podcast.

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  • Peter Crownfield on Food as a moral problem at 12/06/2017 15:50 One serious problem with Real Food Challenge is that it’s about food that is ’good for the planet; the workers who grow, pack, and serve it; OR th...
  • Peter Crownfield on Food as a moral problem at 06/06/2017 11:11 Yes, food does pose real moral issues, and colleges & universities—and other institutions such as hospitals—do have a moral responsibility to act ...
  • Nicole Vitello on Fairtrade America's Summer 2017 Reading List at 05/06/2017 21:28 Globalized Fruit, Local Entrepreneurs by Southgate and Roberts is a great study on the banana industry in Ecuador and how and why the landscape in...
  • Paul Holliday on 10 Fairtrade Coffee Facts to Kick off the Morning at 04/04/2017 12:56 why not distribute possible business plans to do a retail coffee shop that incorporates your program
  • Mary on Ok, Ladies, Now Let’s Talk Caffeination! at 06/03/2017 21:44 Love the Beyonce reference! I wonder if she drinks Fairtrade coffee...