WHAT'S BREWING?The Construction of an Infirmary & Dispensary for the Hekima Girls School, Tanzania
The funds raised during Fairtrade Fortnight this year and for the past two years, have gone directly to the construction of a student Infirmary and Dispensary for the Hekima Girls School in Bukoba, Tanzania, our nominated Fairtrade project.
The project, which started back in February 2014, and raised over €23,679 thus far, aims to effectively
25 Feb2016 Insomnia Celebrating 10 Years FairtradeA Look Back at 10 Years Fairtrade In 2006 Insomnia took the decision to only use Fairtrade coffee beans in all our shops. This was a big decision for Insomnia at the time and we spent 6 months trialling different blends of beans as it was of vital importance that the taste profile of our fairly traded coffee was exactly the same as the one we had been using. There was also
10 Feb2016 Ireland has a new shade of green - Matcha
A new shade of green has taken the country by storm and it goes by the name of Matcha. However, the “new” phenomenon is not very new at all; in fact Matcha has been around since the 12th century, most famously used by Japanese Buddhist monks for tea ceremonies. But what’s all the hype surrounding it? Fortunately for you, we know more than enough
03 Feb2016 The story behind 250KAL
After tackling the January blues, I can safely say that I am looking forward to the month of February. While admitting some difficulty in trying to maintain my healthy new year’s resolution, my January goals were made easier by 250KAL treats. My plan for this year was to eat healthier without feeling the need to completely eradicate sweet things from my diet. Chocolate is my ultimate