Nearly 2 million farmers and workers are involved in Fairtrade worldwide
100+ countries participate in the Fairtrade system
37,000+ products carry the Fairtrade Mark
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Fairtrade is good for business
Now—more than ever—consumers care about the story behind the products they buy. Issues like fair incomes, environmental practices and human rights are top of mind. Fairtrade Certification is a powerful way to prioritize the lives of farmers and workers in your supply chain, all while strengthening your relationship with shoppers.
As the U.S. branch of the Fairtrade International, we have the experience, network and targeted support you are looking for in your journey to ethical sourcing.
Helping Ben & Jerry's ensure a living income in their supply chain
At its core, Ben & Jerry's is in business to do good. Learn why when it comes to ensuring the farmers in their supply chain are paid fairly, they choose Fairtrade.
Supporting Divine Chocolate's rebrand
Shoppers wanted ethical chocolate, and Divine Chocolate answered. See how Fairtrade America partnered with Divine to amplify the chocolate company's new brand identity through outreach to shoppers and media.
Endangered Species Chocolate
"Endangered Species Chocolate is committed to crafting delicious premium chocolate while supporting species, habitat, and humanity." - Curt Vander Meer, CEO of Endangered Species Chocolate
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 has a big mission: to make 100% slave free the norm in chocolate. We can’t do it alone, which is why our partnership with Fairtrade is that much more important." - Dena, Former US Marketing Manager at Tony's Chocolonely
We're in this together
Fair trade needs shoppers and businesses to stand up in solidarity with the people who grow their food. Join us in fighting for better wages, decent working conditions and eco-friendly farming practices.Get involved