Fairtrade

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Sisters Sisi and Elle Malindikin of Dual jewellery. Photograph: Fionn McCann

“We are not selling because this is African, it is because of good design, desirable, and worth wearing,” says Belfast-born Penny Winter, a former cos(...)

Green & Black’s organic, Fairtrade chocolate bar, left, and the new Velvet Edition, right, which carries neither mark

Green & Black’s is launching its first chocolate bar that is neither organic nor Fairtrade-certified. The move by the organic chocolate maker – ow(...)

Rebecca, Danielle and Sari Winckworth  at home and work in Rathmichael. Photograph: Eric Luke

A family of women, the Winckworths have spent years earning fame and cutting their teeth in separate industries, only to find themselves all coming t(...)

Bewley’s  on Grafton Street:  refurbishment  intended to  focus  on ground floor and reduce  trading losses after losing  legal battle with  landlord Johnny Ronan’s Ickendel Ltd over  lease. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street in Dublin is to reopen in either next February or March, some six months later than the Irish coffee group originally (...)

Baby onesies, made in Africa, with ‘Made in Europe’ printed on the front. Photograph: Ute Grabowsky/Photothek via Getty

‘We are not a charity” is the mantra of the The Ethical Fashion Initiative. It was formed as part of the International Trade Centre, itself a joint(...)

Managing director Marc Andrews said his firm is turning over about €15 million a year

Little did Marc Andrews realise when the company he runs began importing Fairtrade produce eight years ago it would be so successful. Andrews, managin(...)