Fairtrade sentence example
- It's so simple - just buy delicious bananas, juice, tea or any product with the Fairtrade Mark.
- Sainsbury's switched 75% of their rose bouquets to Fairtrade in January 2006.
- The Fairtrade churches movement started in May 2004 and the idea has quickly gained popularity among churches of different denominations across the country.
- A delicious new way to enjoy the taste of high quality Ghanaian cocoa bought from small-scale farmers on Fairtrade terms.
- Buy a Fairtrade football and join da kids in da kids in da street.Advertisement
- It seems rather dishonest to do something without the involvement of Fairtrade.
- The speed at which the range has diversified reveals a major shift in attitudes toward Fairtrade.
- Guillermo is one of four coffee, banana and cocoa farmers who will be visiting the UK during Fairtrade Fortnight.
- In September, the first supermarket own-label instant coffee granules to carry the FAIRTRADE Mark, are launched by Co-op in 1,000 stores.
- The Fairtrade Foundation is an independent body that awards the FAIRTRADE Mark to products which meet international Fairtrade standards.Advertisement
- And the biggest ever nationwide push for Fairtrade seems to have borne fruit: sales and awareness of Fairtrade are both up!
- They will stop overnight at ' staging posts ' to celebrate with Fairtrade supporters and visit Co-op supermarkets.
- Ingredients: organic sweetcorn 46 %; water; organic carrot 4.6 %; organic fairtrade quinoa 4% .
- Nottingham: Nottingham Oxfam supporters encouraged a local roaster to apply for the Fairtrade Mark for their coffee.
- Third Worldt The UK's leading provider of fairtrade products from over 100 third-world producer groups, supported by thousands of churches and volunteers.Advertisement
- Ingredients: Organic sweetcorn 46 %; water; organic carrot 4.6 %; organic fairtrade quinoa 4 %.
- The meeting starts at 8 pm and will discuss what Fairtrade is and how organizations and the town can attain Fairtrade status.
- Traidcraft The UK 's leading provider of fairtrade products from over 100 third-world producer groups, supported by thousands of churches and volunteers.