The Fairtrade Foundation is urging people to replace their usual treats with Fairtrade ones for Fairtrade fortnight.
On their website they say this is "a brilliantly small step to making the world a fairer place".
For a product to be Fairtrade, the production process must be free from child or slave labour, and the growers must receive a minimum price for each product.
But not everyone agrees with pushing Fairtrade products froward. Dr Jane Chang, Business Lecturer at Westminster University, said it is a way of discouraging local farmers and our own productions.
Fairtrade fortnight is running until the 7th Match get involved at the Fairtrade Foundation's website.
By Emily Paul, Nathan Rowden and Laura Gilmour
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