Did you know?
Coffee, bananas and chocolate could soon be much more difficult to buy.
Climate change is making crops like these harder and harder to grow. Combined with deeply unfair trade, communities growing these crops are being pushed to the brink.
But here’s the good news.
More people choosing Fairtrade means extra income, power and support for those communities.
By making the small switch to Fairtrade, we can all support producers in protecting the future of some of our most-loved food and the planet.
On Tuesday 28 February, Fairtrade launches The Endangered Aisle, an exciting pop-up experience at 32 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6PG.
The Endangered Aisle will be open to the public:
- Tuesday 28 February, 9am–4pm
- Wednesday 1 March, 9am-4pm
- Thursday 2 March, 9am-1pm
The Endangered Aisle will shine a light on the supermarket staples most at risk of becoming endangered from the climate crisis, including coffee, bananas and chocolate.
Fairtrade will also release new research highlighting how climate change is endangering the future of many favourite foods grown by farmers overseas.
Meet the producers