Can a Business Be a “Force For Good” If It Uses Child Labor?

Food Print, Lela Nargi, July 20, 2022

Despite its Recent History of Human Rights and Child Labor Violations, Nespresso Achieves B Corp Certification. Organic Brands are Calling for Change.

Organic Insider, July 13, 2022

B Corp standards ‘at risk’ following Nespresso certification, says ethical trade advocate

World Coffee Portal, June 24, 2022

Coffee Companies Call For Stricter B Corp Standards Following Nespresso Certification

The Pourover, June 24, 2022

Coffee Companies Call for Stricter B Corp Standards Following Nespresso Certification

Daily Coffee News, Nick Brown, June 23, 2022

B Corp’s sustainability status slides as Nespresso joins the ranks

Green Prophet, Karin Kloosterman, June 19, 2022

Companies Protest B Lab Certification of Nespresso

Food Processing, Dave Fusaro, June 16, 2022

Towards greener pastures

Prism, Alicia Kennedy, June 7, 2022

Get To Know Whetstone Radio Collective

FoodPrint, March 23, 2022

Starbucks says claims of cutting ties with Fairtrade inaccurate

Supply Management, Peter Crush, February 18, 2022

Report: Not All Organic Cotton Is Actually Organic

Advertising Speciality Institute, Theresa Hegel, February 15, 2022

For Chobani’s Fair Trade Certification to Live Up to Its Promises, We’ll Need Organized Labor

Jacobin, Olivia Heffernan and Margaret Gray, January 31, 2022

FFJ Recommends: Feminist Reading (and Listening) for the New Year

Feminist Food Journal, January 19, 2022

5 things you should know before buying a chocolate bar

Katherine Sacks, Salon, January 14, 2022

Power to the People: How Worker-led Movements are Changing the United States Dairy Industry

Anna Canning, Feminist Food Journal, January 14, 2022

Learn About Unfair Dairy and Its Effects on Workers and the Environment

Melissa McCart, The Bittman Project, December 29, 2021

Small children are climbing 60-foot trees to harvest your açaí

Terrence McCoy, Washington Post, November 29, 2021

It’s International Food Workers Week – Support Organizing That Center Those Who Feed Us

Anna Canning, Common Dreams, November 23, 2021

Go Green Radio: Opposition to Fair Trade USA and Chobani’s “Fair Trade Dairy”

Jill Buck, Voice America, November 5, 2021

5 Things You Should Know Before Buying a Chocolate Bar

Katherine Sacks, Food Print, October 26, 2021

Union City Radio’s Annual Labor Day show

Hosted by Chris Garlock & Elise Bryant, September 6, 2021

Belabored: Why “Corporate Social Responsibility” Fails Workers

Sarah Jaffe and Michelle Chen, Dissent Magazine, July 30, 2021

Episode 65: Grocery Update: Fair Trade Spilled Milk.

Errol Schweizer, The Checkout Radio, July 13, 2021

This World Chocolate Day, Let’s Rethink Big Cocoa

Mike Bronner, Food Tank, July 7, 2021

Fair World Project Marks World Chocolate Day with Completion of Premiere Season of Podcast Unpacking Nestle’s Cocoa Supply Chain

Baker City Herald, July 7, 2021

Food Tank’s 2021 Podcast List

Food Tank, June 30, 2021

Why Dairy Farmworkers Are Moving Beyond Fair Trade

Errol Schweizer, Forbes, June 16, 2021

Fair Trade Milk Could be Bad for US Dairy Workers’ Health

Teddy Ostrow & Amelia Evans, Open Democracy, June 10, 2021

The Economic Cost of Consumer Products – For a Better World Podcast

CGTN, June 4, 2021

Dr. Bronner’s Will Launch Organic, Fair-Trade Chocolate Bars This Summer

Katherine Martinko, Treehugger, May 27, 2021

A Growing International Movement Is Calling for a People’s Vaccine

Erika Lundahl, Truthout, May 24, 2021

The Push for a Peoples’ Vaccine Gains International Momentum

Erika Lundahl, YES Magazine, May 20, 2021

How to Choose Clean and Green Cosmetics

Katherine Martinko, TreeHugger, May 10, 2021

World Fair Trade Day: Here’s How You Can Contribute To An Ethical World

Meera Suresh, Business News, May 8, 2021

Shifting the Dialogue on Fair Trade: An Interview with Dana Geffner, Executive Director of Fair World Project

Roberta Louis, Price Pottenger, May 5, 2021

India’s COVID-19 Crisis and the Vaccine Apartheid

Art of Citizenry Podcast, May 7, 2021

Organic faces Cultural and Institutional Roadblocks at College Cafeterias

Max Goldberg, Organic Insider, April 14, 2021

Why Fair Matters with Anna Canning of Fair World Project

Evolve CPG Podcast, April 7, 2021

Anthro Talks: Coffee

By Keira Myles, The Tufts Daily, March 5, 2021

One recipe for radical change within the global food system

By Jessie Klein, Green Biz, March 11, 2021

‘Happened in US 40 Years Ago’: 87 US Farmer and Food Justice Organizations Speak Out for Indian Farmers’ Protest

By The Wire Staff, The Wire, February 21, 2021

Interview: Anna Canning of Fair World Project Compares Fairtrade to Rainforest Alliance

By Katherine Martinko, Treehugger, February 19, 2021

New Podcast Investigates Environmental and Social Costs of Consumer Goods

By Katherine Martinko, Treehugger, February 8, 2021

What Is The Sweet Solution To The Issue Of Child Labor In Cocoa Trade?

By Ewelina U. Ochab, Forbes, January 25, 2021

What is Fair Trade? Fair World Project on the Wyld Farm Show

Episode #7, Wyld Farm Show, January 5, 2021

The Bitter Truth Behind Chocolate this Christmas

By Ewelina U. Ochab, Forbes, December 21, 2020

Merry Christmas! Let’s Talk About Chocolate, Again

By Elaine Klaassen, Southside Pride, December 14, 2020

Supreme Court Weighs Corporate Liability for Child Laborers on Cocoa Farms

By Claire Kelloway, Food and Power, December 10, 2020

NORC final report released – finds over 1m cases of child labour in West Africa’s cocoa sector

By Anthony Myers, Confectionery News, October 19, 2020

How to Shop for Ethical, Slave Labor-Free Chocolate

By Sophie Hirsh, GreenMatters, October 15, 2020

Honduras: 6,500 Workers on Fyffes’ Melon Plantations Report Ongoing Labour Abuses, Chemical Exposure & Union-Busting; Incl. Company Responses

Published in Business and Human Rights Resource Center, May 13, 2020

The Beginners Guide to Fair Trade Shopping

By Emily Oomen, Borgen Magazine, April 10, 2020

Regenerative: Fair for Farmers, Organic for You

By Dana Geffner, Rodale Institute, April 7, 2020

18 Organizations to Support During National Farmworker Awareness Week

Published in Food Tank, March 26, 2020

Fairtrade International Takes Prize for Most Effective Label

By Katherine Martinko, TreeHugger, March 09, 2020

Honduran Workers Fight Union Busting Multinational

By Michelle Chen, The Progressive, January 22, 2020

What Does a Fair Trade Logo Actually Mean?

By David Mesenbring, The Christian Century, December 5, 2019

Coffee Prices Have Collapsed, Threatening the Livelihood of Millions Across the Global South.

By James North, The Nation, October 25, 2019

Institutional Food Has a Sourcing Problem. This Coalition is Trying to Fix It.

By Claire Kelloway, Civil Eats, October 25, 2019

An Interview with Fair World Project’s Campaign Manager, Anna Canning

By Nancy Dunitz, Dunitz Fair Trade, August 2, 2019

Fair Trade 2.0

By Jill Buck, Go Green Radio, January 25, 2018

Fair trade food schemes battle to promote better standards

By David Crouch, Financial Times, January 7, 2019

A Deep Dive into Fair Trade Labeling

By Jill Buck, Go Green Radio, December 21, 2018

Fyffes farm stripped of fair trade status

By Paul O’Donoghue, December 17, 2018

Fruit firm’s plantation “abused staff” in Honduras

By Paul O’Donoghue, December 6, 2018

Fair Trade USA Certifies Labor Violations as “Fair Trade” in Honduras

By Automatic Merchandiser, Vending Marketwatch, November 29, 2018

So You Want to Support the Fair Trade Movement, Now What?

By Julianne Hall, Hashtag Vegan, May 7, 2017

Contribute to a Healthier World – Celebrate World Fair Trade Day

By Nicky Omohundro, Little Family Adventure, May 11, 2017

So You Want to Support the Fair Trade Movement, Now What?

By Julianne Hall, Hashtag Vegan, May 7, 2017

Approach with Caution: An Assessment of Fair Trade USA’s Domestic Labeling Initiative

By Dana Geffner, HuffPost, May 3, 2017

A Deep Dive into Ethical Label Claims

By Dana Geffner, HuffPost, May 3, 2017:

Your Ethical Chocolate Might Be Only 20 percent ‘ethical’

By Elizabeth Change, Washington Post, April 10, 2017

Finding Justice for Farmworkers, Telling Their Story

by Kerstin Lindgren Fair Trade America Blog, March 29, 2017

Work Still to Do on Farm Labour

by Kerstin Lindgren, Food Service Imprint, March 24, 2017

Who Certifies the Certifiers

by H. Claire Brown, The New Food Exonomy, November 16, 2016

Farmworker Certification Analysis: Justice in the Fields