Co-op hits out at UK foreign aid budget cuts as it expands Fairtrade partnership

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Co-op's partnership with Fairtrade is aimed at supporting farmers affected by climate change | Credit: Fairtrade
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Co-op's partnership with Fairtrade is aimed at supporting farmers affected by climate change | Credit: Fairtrade

Retailer pledges to spend more than 0.7 per cent of pre-tax profit on international aid as it looks to build on Fairtrade partnership

The Co-op has called on both the government and private sector to ramp up international support for climate adaptation in developing nations, as it yesterday pledged to continue spending more than 0.7...

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