Fairness, transparency, commitment to small-scale producers: those are just a few of the central fair trade values. They are also […]
COVID-19 is revealing the ways in which our food and farming systems are designed to extract the maximum from people […]
Last month as COVID-19 spread around the globe, we began a series of blog posts in conversation with leaders of […]
As COVID-19 spreads around the globe, it’s hitting hardest those who were already in poverty. Before the pandemic, cocoa farmers […]
A coffin if you join the management-controlled union. That’s the offer being made to workers on Fyffes Honduran melon plantations. […]
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, it is far from a “great equalizer,” as some have called it. […]
“What’s the difference between all these fair trade labels?” It’s a question we get a lot at Fair World Project. […]
Cheap bananas have a high cost. In Ecuador, small-scale farmers are taking on the titans of industry, Dole and Chiquita, to show what it takes to create a truly fair banana.
In Honduras, workers are confronting Fyffes, the multinational corporation that has long used their labor but never respected their rights.