You are part of a global movement
Over 2 million farmers and workers worldwide are Fairtrade certified
37,000+ products carry the Fairtrade Mark
$11M in Fairtrade Premiums were generated through commercial partner sales.
$7 million in pledges make up the Producer Relief and Resilience Funds, established in response to the Covid-19 crisis
Tell your story
You can see it in the way shoppers are stepping up, voicing their opinions and changing their purchasing habits—shoppers want to learn about your ethical sourcing. Your company is certified by the most globally recognized ethical label with rigorous standards, 30+ years of experience and the impact to back up our claims.
Transparency is core to fair trade
We believe that sustainable and fair trading practices require transparency on all levels. From our impact to where we need to grow to how trade is happening, we work diligently to live this belief.
You are part of this. Reports are due one month after the end of each quarter. If the date falls on a weekend we adjust accordingly – (Q1 on April 30th, Q2 on July 31st, Q3 on October 31st, Q4 on January 31st).
Frequently Asked Questions
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Fairtrade certification is not just the ethically right decision, it’s a long-term business decision. Without farmers and healthy ecosystems, there is no business.Amanda Archila, Executive Director of Fairtrade America
A community of change agents
You are part of an incredible community that is collectively altering the way trade is done. Learn about your fellow Fairtrade community members.
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
Ben & Jerry's
Fairtrade is about making sure people get their fair share of the pie. The whole concept of Fairtrade goes to the heart of our values and the sense of right and wrong. Nobody wants to buy something that was made by exploiting somebody else.
“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
I started at Divine 20 years ago so of course there are many things that I know now that it would have been useful to know then. Knowing that Fairtrade would become so mainstream would have been very reassuring - as we were doing something very bold and taking a leap of faith. - Sophi Tranchell, CEO of Divine Chocolate