Global reach. Global impact.
Fairtrade America is part of the Fairtrade International system. Our green and blue logo is a trusted and recognized symbol of sustainable and ethical sourcing – not only in the US – but all over the world.
2,500+ brands worldwide sell products that meet our rigorous Fairtrade Standards.
$218M+ in Fairtrade Premium was paid to Fairtrade farmers last year
37,000 Fairtrade products are sold worldwide!
Nearly 2 million farmers and workers are involved in Fairtrade worldwide
Fair trade is gaining momentum
It’s no secret that consumers are increasingly looking for products that match their values. Our latest consumer research, conducted in partnership with GlobeScan, shows that the Fairtrade Mark is a signal of sustainability that shoppers recognize and trust.
We're true partners
We know that each Fairtrade certified brand has a unique vision for how they want to impact the world. We’ve worked with companies of all shapes and sizes to make a difference for the farmers behind their products and to generate greater awareness and demand for certified products among their shoppers.
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.
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.
Conscious Step believes they have a responsibility to create clothing that makes you feel good about what you wear. The source 100% Fairtrade and Organic cotton. These values have aligned them with a growing base of conscious consumers, igniting global expansion.
Starbucks is one of the largest purchasers of Fairtrade Certified coffee in the world, bringing Fairtrade to coffee lovers across the globe.
Supporting Coliman's collaboration with banana workers
Learn how we work with family-owned produce company Coliman to support community-driven, worker-led development projects.