Merton Council is supporting this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight by hosting breakfast events with its caterers, Gosto Fino, to raise awareness about the lack of food security for farmers around the world.
A Columbian banana farmer gave a presentation to Merton school children marking the start of Fairtrade fortnight, 24 February – 9 March 2014.
Merton is today named as one of only two boroughs in London to achieve top marks for the quality of its food offer Merton achieved joint first position in the Good Food for London report along with […]
Merton’s food standards are one of the highest in London and have risen in the last year, the Good Food for London 2012 report has found. Merton ranks second in […]
Merton Council celebrated this year’s World Environment Day on Mitcham’s Fair Green with the help of local Merton Fairtrade business Tariro and national giant Sainsbury’s. Officers from the council gave […]
After 4 years of hard campaigning the London Borough of Merton has been awarded Fairtrade status. Earlier this month a representative of the Fairtrade Foundation met with the Mayor of […]