Banana Trade News Bulletin archive

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  • Beyond monoculture – the first steps
  • Equal Exchange bananas: small farmers, big change
  • Canadians love their bananas
  • Organic bananas from Senegal
  • Windwards bananas – struggling to survive
  • Tesco: progress on public commitments on living wages
  • Why is the World Banana Forum important? 
 
  • World Banana Forum - Generating a climate of cooperation
  • Building climate-resilience of small-scale farmers in Mindanao, Philippines
  • “Now I am bold”: Empowering tropical fruit workers in Africa
  • Peru: Solidarity and strong banana trade unions
  • New Costa Rican law allows workers to be reinstated quickly
 
  • Fyffes-Sumitomo deal changes the global banana map
  • First general UK retail price rise in 20 years
  • Thousands of workers condemned to unemployment in Dominican Republic
 
  • Peru horticultural exports: a boom for whom?
  • Living wages, or three ways to skin a cat!
  • Can lidl’s discount tropical fruit really be sustainable?
  • Winners and losers as uk banana imports reach record highs
  • New wave of medium-sized banana companies
  • Banana value chains in europe and the consequences of unfair trading practices
  • Retailers put faith in rainforest alliance
  • Dominican republic: progress for migrant workers, but still much to do
  • Discounting our future?
  • Attempts to reverse the race frustrated
  • Other banana retailing worlds do exist...
  • Back in the UK-KVI !  Welcome to the upwardly mobile discounters
  • A global effort led by Europe's biggest banana retailer
  • Crisis, what crisis?! UK retail continues to bury its head on banana pricing
  • Global banana industry moves forward on living wages