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Fairtrade Fortnight 2021

Help farmers to receive a fair price by choosing Fairtrade during Fairtrade Fortnight

At a Fairtrade Fortnight webinar hosted by the Rutland Fairtrade Forum, Emma Brown from Land Girls, Rutland’s own Fairtrade coffee business, spoke passionately on the importance of paying a fair price for our food, whether it comes from farms in the UK or overseas. Attendees also heard how Fairtrade is helping farmers in the developing world to fight climate change. Fairtrade Fortnight continues until 7 March with promotions and competitions at local Co-op stores and an online festival. Details at: https://www.fairtrade.org.uk/choose-the-world-you-want/

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