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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.
The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognized international ethical label
The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognized international ethical label.
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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
Fair Trade Month Competition announcement
*Fair Trade Month competition announcement*
Ever wonder how bananas reach supermarkets here in the United States? This fun comic explains who helps get you your favorite fruit.