Already Fairtrade certified, Cadbury’s are celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight by releasing an album, Big Swap Songs, which includes an exclusive track by Paolo Nutini plus five other UK chart hits covered by Ghanaian group, The Ghana Band. The release has been created as a free thank- you to anyone who swaps to any Fairtrade product, chocolate or otherwise, during the fortnight.
Dorset Cereals are offering two Fairtrade chocolate granola recipes using Fairtrade chocolate.
Green & Black’s will switch its entire range of chocolate bars and beverages to 100 per cent Fairtrade (and organic) by the end of 2011.
Nestle’s four finger KitKat is now Fairtrade-certified and will be on sale in time for Fairtrade Fortnight.
Compass, the UK’s largest caterer has committed to purchasing 100 per cent Fairtrade sugar across its business by June 2010 with sugar sachets available in Fairtrade Fortnight.
ASOS are launching a fashionable new Fairtrade cotton jersey wear collection.
M&S are launching Fairtrade cotton nightwear in its Per Una range.
Tesco’s has agreed to double the number of Fairtrade cotton school uniforms in its stock.
remains on track to convert all of its own-brand tea to Fairtrade for Fairtrade Fortnight (adding to its existing 100 per cent Fairtrade ranges of bananas, sugar, roast and ground coffee).
Clipper has switched all of its green tea range to Fairtrade, with new packs in store for Fairtrade Fortnight. Clipper tea was one of the first products to carry the FAIRTRADE Mark in 1994.
Bulldog, the UK’s largest natural skincare brand for men has launched a range of Fairtrade products including shaving gel and moisturiser. The range contains green tea from Sri Lanka, shea butter from Ghana and sugar from Paraguay.
Boot’s have added a new Fairtrade Honey Body Butter to its Extracts range, using Fairtrade honey from Chile.
Starbuck’s are running a social networking campaign encouraging customers to swap their regular sweet treat to a new 100% Fairtrade-certified brownie.