Articles tagged with: fairtrade
UK Coffee Week (7-13th April 2014) is the largest national campaign to bring together the coffee industry and coffee consumers with the aim of helping to bring clean water to coffee growing countries.
The campaign is …
In February this year, our Export team will be exhibiting at BIOFACH – the world’s leading Trade Fair for Organic Food. This year, the exhibition celebrates it’s 25th anniversary and will be held from 12-15 …
A Fairtrade Fortnight Special, this indulgent dessert makes the most of Fairtrade bananas, sugar and vanilla. It takes some time to prepare, but it can be made in advance and the results are well worth the effort!
The Fairtrade programme is doing good things here. The village where I live now has clean water and receives electricity. It’s very exciting – we never believed this would be possible!
Help us to reduce the environmental impact of throw-away carrier bags by choosing long lasting, reusable Suma shopping bags. Thanks to their sustainable materials and long lifespan, they don’t cost the earth.
This exotic dish includes lots of Fairtrade ingredients like our own Fairtrade peanut butter, spices and basmati rice. We cooked this at a special Fairtrade Fortnight event and it went down a treat!
This Fairtrade dish makes a great dinner party starter or a filling lunch. We cooked this dish at our Fairtrade pop-up restaurant in the Suma canteen and it was very well received. It uses simple ingredients like Fairtrade tinned beans combined with some fresh vegetables and herbs for punchy flavour combinations.
Our Cooks made this dessert for a special Fairtrade Fortnight event held at Suma back in March, and it went down a treat. Not only does this recipe make great use of Fairtrade ingredients but it’s also gluten-free thanks to the use of coconut flour instead of wheat flour.
These decadent slices make great use of Fairtrade ingredients like Suma peanut butter and Traidcraft strawberry jam.
In honour of Fairtrade Fortnight and the Year of the Cooperative, today we are being visited by members of the Ghanaian cooperative that farm the cocoa for Divine’s incredible chocolate.