Did you know?

Fairtrade fortnight runs from Monday March 4th until Sunday March 17th – St. Patrick’s Day!

You can tell what products are fairtrade by the easy to identify logo:

However there are a few different logos you might see:

You can learn what these are more mean here > https://www.fairtrade.net/about/fairtrade-marks/

Generally speaking, if it has a variation of the black, green and blue logo, you’re good to go!

A guest speaker is visiting Donegal on Thursday to talk about Fairtrade Coffee. The events are free and are taking place in Moville and Clonmany.


Why it’s important!

Fairtrade means everyone involved in the supply chain of a product has been paid fairly > https://www.fairtrade.net/about/how-fairtrade-works 

It usually is those working in developing countries.

In order to gain the fairtrade logo, the product must also meet set environmental criteria and social criteria

Learn more:

Inishowen Development Partnership Facebook > https://www.facebook.com/InishowenDevelopmentPartnership 

Fairtrade Website > https://www.fairtrade.net/