Supported by the Billericay District Residents’ Association and the Town Council, in 2008 Billericay was declared a
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What does Fairtrade mean?
The FAIRTRADE Mark is an independent consumer label which appears on products as an independent guarantee that disadvantaged producers in the developing world are getting a better deal.
Producer organisations that supply Fairtrade products receive a minimum price that covers the cost of sustainable production and an extra premium that is invested in social or economic development projects.
What does it mean to be a Fairtrade town?
A town must achieve five goals to be awarded Fairtrade town status:
(1) The town council serves Fairtrade tea and coffee at its meetings and in its offices
(2) A range of Fairtrade products is available in the local shops, cafes and catering establishments
(3) Fairtrade products are used by a number of local work places and community organisations
(4) The campaign has media coverage and popular support in the town
(5) A local Fairtrade steering group is established
Billericay has many places where you can buy Fairtrade – this is the list (as we know it)
Café in the Park
Greggs, High Street
La Toscana, High Street
The Chequers, High Street
Costa Coffee, High Street
Raven’s Bakery, High Street
Always Flowers, The Pantiles,
Barleylands Farmers Market
Co-op, Stock Road
Holland and Barrett, High Street
Little Burstead Farm Shop,
Nature’s Table, The Walk
Oxfam, High Street
The Emporium, High Street
Somerfield, High Street
Waitrose, High Street
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