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The Fairtrade Marks
The FAIRTRADE Marks are the globally recognized symbols of the international Fairtrade system. When you buy products with any of the FAIRTRADE Marks, you support farmers and workers as they improve their lives and their communities. Products bearing these Marks meet the internationally-agreed social, environmental and economic Fairtrade Standards. The FAIRTRADE Marks are registered trademarks owned and licensed by Fairtrade International.
For more information on the specific FAIRTRADE Mark found on your products, how to use the Marks, or reporting misuse, please select below.
The FAIRTRADE Mark can be found on a wide range of products, including food and drinks, cotton and clothing, and jewelry. When a product carries the Mark it means that all the ingredients that can be sourced as Fairtrade are Fairtrade. Read more...
The FAIRTRADE Program Mark is a new way of engaging with Fairtrade in cocoa, sugar and cotton. This innovation enables farmers and workers to satisfy growing demand for fair and sustainable production and provides more choices for consumers. Read more...
The FAIRTRADE Marks are product labels primarily intended for use on product packaging. They are licensed by Fairtrade International and the national Fairtrade organizations (NFOs). All usage of the Marks require prior written approval from Fairtrade International, a national Fairtrade organization, or a Fairtrade marketing organization.
If you see any of the FAIRTRADE Marks being used inappropriately on product packaging, in print or elsewhere, please report it here.
The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognised ethical label in the world. The national Fairtrade organizations that founded Fairtrade International originally had different labels. Read more about the meaning and history of the Fairtrade Marks here...
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