Six organic and Fairtrade teas from Clipper’s portfolio is now available to over 90 million passengers annually. Not only is the tea organic it will also be served in cups made from plants not plastic. The plastic-free cups are fully compostable, made from sustainably-sourced card and lined with plant-based PLA. Clipper never uses bleach to whiten the bag and is working to develop a fully-biodegradable, GM-free tea bag from solely plant-based materials.
Founded in Dorset in 1984 and now the world’s largest Fairtrade tea brand, Clipper is thrilled to be supplying easyJet and looking forward to seeing Clipper’s Fairtrade tea served in the skies for the first time.”
Guernsey has been recognised as a Fairtrade Island since March 2006 and the Fairtrade Guernsey Steering Group continues to work to ensure a better deal for producers and farmers in poor developing countries. Meeting about six times a year and with a focus on Fairtrade Fortnight the team arrange various initiatives and often welcome Fairtrade visitors to the island. New members to join the Group are always very welcome and our next meeting is on 4 October 2018. If you’d like to help or want to know more, please contact Steve Mauger (email: email@example.com). Your input would be much appreciated, and looking to our AGM next year, we will also be looking to fill the following vacancies: Secretary, Assistant Secretary and Minute Secretary.
The Christian Aid Charity Shop at the top of Smith Street, St Peter Port now has a nice selection of Fairtrade foodstuffs to purchase, including Traidcraft teas, coffees, sugar, biscuits, muesli; Liberation peanut butter; Cafedirect 100g and 500g coffee; Divine chocolates, etc.
Why not pop in and see for yourself…..
Delighted to say that Vazon Elim Church are the latest supporters to sign-up here on Guernsey.
We’re pleased to say that Print My Tees are the latest local company to sign up as supporters of Fairtrade.
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This very welcome news was announced during Fairtrade Fortnight 2018….
Many thanks to Michelle Champion and her teams for their year-round support and especially for this promotion of Fairtrade Fortnight in Town.
Many thanks to Sue and her Caritas team for using Fairtrade coffee, tea and sugar every time.