Posts Tagged ‘Coffee’

London Coffee Festival – 3-6 April

April 4th, 2014 Comments off
Thursday 3rd – Sunday 6th of April
15 Hanbury Street, The Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR<

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London Coffee Festival took place last weekend at The Old Truman Brewery

April 4th, 2014 Comments off

Thursday 3rd – Sunday 6th of April
15 Hanbury Street, The Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR

Visit the Fairtrade Foundation stall at this year’s London Coffee Festival, where they are showcasing some of the high quality coffee which bears the FAIRTRADE Mark, and showing off some new innovations in the field.

The London Coffee Festival celebrates London’s bustling and vibrant coffee scene and we’ll be there at the heart of it. The festival will feature over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and much more.

If your business is interested in how stocking Fairtrade products could benefit your business and provide a connection to the farmers who grow your beans, come and visit the Fairtrade Foundation on stand SR1 in the showroom.

For more information about the London Coffee Festival click here

Ben & Jerry’s: Gone Nuts About Fairtrade in 2010

July 29th, 2010 Comments off

Ben & Jerry's2010’s Ben & Jerry’s Sundae music festival was a sun-soaked, Fairtrade goodies filled event on Clapham Common, celebrating great music and Ben & Jerry’s commitment to going 100% Fairtrade by the end of 2011. Sundae punters went Nuts About Fairtrade, filling up their tummies with the bottomless supply of Fairtrade Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and the following Fairtrade nosh from the Tasting Tent:

  • Traidcraft muesli
  • Dorset Cereal’s Grenola boxes
  • Harry’s peanuts
  • Equal Exchange’s brazil nuts and walnuts
  • Sainsbury’s fruit bars by Tropical Wholefoods
  • Divine chocolate coins and bars (all the flavours!)
  • Jelly beans
  • Cafedirect coffee samples
  • Fairtrade wines
  • Lots and lots of chocolate coated raisins and nuts

The Fairtrade Merchandise stall was manned by the Fairtrade Wandsworth Network and punters could buy cotton bags, tea towel, inflatable bananas, badges.

2,500 people showed their interest in Fairtrade/products by signing up to receive Fair Comment – 10% of the total number of Sundae Festival goers!

Sexy models bore their torsos modelling the ‘pants for poverty’, Fairtrade cotton underwear, and the following celebrities endorsed Fairtrade through wearing the FAIRTRADE Mark T-shirt (including some whilst performing!):

  • Scouting For Girls
  • Billy BragBen & Jerry's Nuts About Fairtrade
  • Idlewild
  • Slow Club
  • Goldheart Assembly
  • Frightened Rabbit
  • Cherry Ghost

For further coverage of the event, click here  or read this blog.

London is the world’s largest Fairtrade city and if you’d like to get involved in the exciting London Fairtrade Campaign, please contact