Fairtrade at the University of Wolverhampton

The University is a Fairtrade University in a Fairtrade City. One of our core values as an organisation is to be ethical - and our commitment to Fairtrade is just one of the ways in which we demonstrate this.

Some Fairtrade facts

  • We've now sold more than a million Fairtrade products since we gained our University Fairtrade status in 2008.
  • In the last 12 months, we've sold 7,300 Fairtrade bananas.
  • In the last 12 months, we've sold more than 330,000 cups of Fairtrade tea and coffee across the University.
  • We've sold nearly 50,000 Fairtrade muffins and flapjacks since 2008.
  • We've sold 644,851 cups of Fairtrade coffee since we gained our University Fairtrade status in 2008.
  • In the last 12 months, we've sold 16,403 bars of Fairtrade chocolate.

Fairtrade Fortnight 2016 - 29 February - 13 March 2016

During Fairtrade Fortnight, we're offering buy one, get one free across a wide range of Fairtrade products from our shops, coffee outlets and restaurants.

Your support will help us to support Fairtrade producers.

The Business School will also welcome Sheena Biju, Fairtrade coffee and spice producer, and manager of a coffee co-operative in Kerala, India.

Fairtrade Fortnight is this year inspiring people to sit down and have a Fairtrade breakfast together. This is to support the farmers who grow the food and drinks we have every morning, such as coffee, tea, cocoa and bananas. Visit www.fairtrade.org.uk/breakfast to find out more and to register your Fairtrade breakfast.

Get involved with Fairtrade 

We are looking for interested volunteers to join our Fairtrade Action Group at the University, a joint initiative with the Students’ Union. If you would like more information or to get involved please drop us a line at fairtrade@wlv.ac.uk.