Who We Work With

Big brands, small brands. One product, entire lines. US and international. The brands we work with cover the spectrum.

Fairtrade certification can work for your organization – no matter the size. We work with global brands like Ben & Jerry’s, Starbucks and Nestle. We also work with startups who have big dreams such as Jamnation Jams or Kishe coffee.

Brands choose Fairtrade for different reasons, and we have lots of success stories to share. Check out our case studies below from companies like La Riojana and Conscious Step. Likewise, take a peek at our list of consumer-facing brands in the US and feel free to reach out to any one of them to ask about how they like working with us.

Want to know more? Check out how to get certified or reach out. We love talking about how sustainability works for different brands.

Case Studies

  • Nespresso logo

    Nespresso

    Nespresso has been committed to sustainable sourcing for 30+ years. But the last five years have set Nespresso’s Fairtrade farmers on a path of long-term wellbeing even after their farming days are over.

  • Endangered Species Chocolate is reinventing the candy bar with their new Duoz bar.

    Endangered Species Chocolate

    From $1 million in annual donations for conservation efforts to a fully traceable Fairtrade supply chain- Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) sustainability goals are bold. ESC’s tenacity and leadership in the chocolate industry has made way for long-lasting impact in cocoa producer communities.

  • Ben & Jerry's

    Ben & Jerry's

    Ben & Jerry’s support Fairtrade because it is a worldwide movement working to ensure that small-scale farmers in developing nations can make it in the ultra-competitive global marketplace.

  • Conscious Step

    Conscious Step

    Conscious Step makes a product – socks – that everyone uses, and manufactures it in a way that helps the planet instead of harming it. As 1% for the Planet members, they also donate some of the revenue from each pair sold to causes like ocean conservation and tree planting.

  • divine chocolate logo

    Divine Chocolate

    In autumn 1998, Divine, the first ever farmer-owned Fairtrade chocolate bar aimed at the mass market, was launched onto the UK confectionery market. In an exciting new business model, Divine was established not only as a Fairtrade company, but with the largest share owned by the farmers themselves.

  • La Riojana

    National Co+op Grocers & La Riojana: Co-op To Co-op Sourcing Connection

    La Riojana collaborates with National Co+op Grocers (NCG) to bring Fairtrade certified wine and olive oil to every co-op grocery store in the US – and bring water, healthcare and education to over 500 families in the desert of Argentina.

  • Starbucks Logo

    Starbucks

    Starbucks is one of the largest purchasers of Fairtrade-certified coffee in the world, bringing Fairtrade to coffee lovers across the globe.

  • Tony's Chocolonely

    Tony's Chocolonely

    Our friends at Tony’s Chocolonely have a bold mission to make 100% slave free the norm in chocolate. Fairtrade is right there with them; Tony’s bars have been Fairtrade certified since day one.