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‘B’ is for Benefit, Businesses doing Better

For many, the only measure of success in business is maximizing profit, but a growing crop of companies is putting social and environmental issues on an equal footing with B Corps and Fairtrade.

Common Business Questions

You know what’s great? When someone you work with says, “Hey, we want to help spread the word about that thing you care about.”

Picnic Pizza? Celebrate Fairtrade Any Way You Want!

Deep in the heart of the Windy City, more than 30 ethical business and community members held the largest Fair Trade celebration in the USA! How will you celebrate World Fair Trade Day?

How to Be a Climate Activist According to Bananas

Climate got you down? We know climate change can seem like an overwhelming problem! 

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Fight food injustice with Real Food Challenge

Real Food Challenge, the largest student food justice organization in the country, recently released the Real Food Standards 2.0, the most comprehensive and up-to-date compilation of credible food labels and certifications on the market. Fairtrade America, the US branch of the international Fairtrade system, was given a green light in the standard meaning that products carrying the FAIRTRADE Mark exemplify ‘Real Food’.

Fairtrade Flowers Direct to Your Door

This Valentine’s Day, love unconventionally with Be My Rose's Fairtrade flowers.

2017 Fairtrade Monitoring and Impact Report

As farmers across the United States begin putting seeds in the ground, Fairtrade farmers and workers from around the world are proud to share results from their work. With more than 1.66 million farmers and workers across 75 countries, Fairtrade is your global farmers’ market with goods from around the globe. 

Bananas as Impact Driver According to Globescan

Low prices on bananas are often used to attract customers, but new research from GlobeScan & Fairtrade America shows American consumers willing to pay more for bananas certified fair trade. 

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