Love lattes, but worried about waste? Here are three projects putting leftover coffee grounds to good use
A morning cup of coffee can make or break some people’s day, but for those involved in We Walk the Line, it can make the difference to their whole lives
Bethany Wivell finds out how waste coffee grounds can be put to good use
Set up by Joseph Porcelli and Dan Goldsbury, the Mug Project aims to reduce the amount of waste caused by disposable cups.
More than 2,000 products in the UK from 58 developing countries now carry the Fairtrade Mark.
CafÈdirect, the UK's largest Fairtrade hot drinks company, and Europe's leading social bank, Triodos, have launched a public share issue that they hope will raise £5 million. The money will [...]
The Fairtrade Mark is celebrating its tenth birthday with sales now over £100 million a year.
Fairtrade coffee has only had a small share of the market up till now, but a partnership that originated between a small group of farmers in Guatemala and the Dutch supermarket chain, Albert [...]