Fair Trade

Bananas bucked the decline and saw sales rise by 3%

Discounters dent Fairtrade sales

By Nicholas Robinson

Rapid growth of the discounters has dented Fairtrade sales, new figures from the foundation have shown.

Almost 90% of consumers pledged to pay more for Fairtrade bananas

UK consumers would pay more for Fairtrade bananas

By Laurence Gibbons

Almost 90% of UK consumers have pledged to pay more for Fairtrade bananas, if the extra cost benefited farmers and workers’ lives, according to a new survey by the Fairtrade Foundation.

Greggs bakeries rising nicely

Greggs bakeries rising nicely

By Ben Bouckley

Greggs has confirmed its new bakery in Balliol Park in Newcastle will open in the second half of 2011, where it forms part of a £60m capital expenditure plan this year.

Composite Fairtrade products set to grow

Composite Fairtrade products set to grow

By Rick Pendrous

The use of Fairtrade ingredients in composite products is set to be the next big area of growth, according to the Fairtrade Foundation, which...

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