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Measuring and monitoring Fairtrade impact

The stringent Fairtrade Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) program supports ongoing education and continuous improvement.

Using the FAIRTRADE Mark

The Fairtrade Mark is recognized as the world’s leading ethical and sustainable certification mark. It’s important that consumers, supporters and businesses understand what it stands for and correctly use the Fairtrade Mark, so that together we can best support fair trade for farmers and workers.

Using the Mark as a business

The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognized international ethical label

Using the Mark as a supporter

The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognized international ethical label.

Media Center

If you’re a member of the press, please reach out for resources and news on Fairtrade America’s work. For interviews or media inquiries or to feature Fairtrade or use the Fairtrade logo for a story on your website or blog, please email questions@fairtradeamerica.org.

Celebrating Day of the Girl Child

The International Day of the Girl Child is an opportunity to celebrate gender equality and the efforts to ensure equal opportunities for all young people. The theme for 2015 is “The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030.”

Taking Time Out to Reflect on a Sustainable Future

Almost all of the Sustainable Development Goals' 169 action points are somehow related to food and farming - so the SDGs can only be delivered if smallholder farmers and workers play a central role in planning and implementation. Photo: Santos More of ACPROBOQUEA cooperative in Peru, ©Fairtrade Germany

Win a Fairtrade Camping Bundle!

Fair Trade Month Competition announcement

Win a Fairtrade Coffee Break / Tea Party Bundle

*Fair Trade Month competition announcement*

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