Green & Black’s has announced plans to go Fairtrade Certified across most of its block chocolate and beverages range this year [more]. Soon after this announcement, Cadbury (who own Green & Black’s) was bought by Kraft. It is unknown whether Kraft will continue with Cadbury’s push to increase it’s range of Fairtrade chocolate. [source]
Thank you for your email, and thank you for your positive feedback – always great to hear! We’re really happy to be part of the zero waste trial you are organizing – I agree that Elgaar Farm’s returnable packaging is very compatible with minimizing waste and pollution.
Your friend’s concerns regarding treatment of cows and calves in the conventional dairy industry are entirely justified. However, at Elgaar Farm there is a great emphasis on the ethical and humane treatment of animals….
The Cadbury board has unanimously recommended that it’s shareholders sell to Kraft after Kraft revised their offer. Shareholders have until February 2 to accept the proposal. This has possible implications for Cadbury’s plans to use Fairtrade cocoa in their Dairy Milk chocolate bars. [source]