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Sugar is the key ingredient in a variety of food and drinks that we love (in moderation, of course!). While the market for sugar is growing, smallholder farmers still need a lot of support in order to earn a sustainable living and secure their futures.
Love, wealth and luxury—we associate all of these with gold. But the truth behind this precious metal is not so glamorous.
The Fairtrade system works to empower small-scale farmers and workers marginalized by trade.
Impact evaluations show that Fairtrade certification can make a meaningful difference to farmers and workers in developing countries.
A “Theory of Change” is a framework that outlines the long-term change that an organization or group would like see happen as well as how they contribute that change.
The stringent Fairtrade Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) program supports ongoing education and continuous improvement.
The Fairtrade system is constantly evolving, and we are committed to continuous improvement to increase impact for producers in developing countries.
Find answers to some frequently asked questions about Fairtrade.