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Download a list of all Fairtrade standards
This list gives an overview of all current Fairtrade standards. It includes details of when the standard was published, and which languages it is available in.
The product specific Fairtrade standards were revised according to a new product classification system in May 2011. A table of this new classification system can be found here.
Geographical scope of Fairtrade
The mission of Fairtrade is to promote fairer trading conditions for disadvantaged producers. The geographical scope policy of producer certification determines in which countries producers can be eligible for Fairtrade producer certification.
Income per capita, wealth disparity and other economic and social indicators are taken into account, as well as long-term impact and Fairtrade International’s ability to support producers, to determine which countries can be included in the geographical scope.
The geographical scope is also used to identify Fairtrade pricing regions for the Fairtrade Minimum Price and Premium.
Download the list of countries covered by Fairtrade, and further details on how they are selected:
Fairtrade Prohibited Materials List (valid until 31st December 2017)
Download a complete list of the materials prohibited by Fairtrade:
Revised Version-Fairtrade Hazardous Materials List (valid from 1st January 2018)
This revised version applies to all Fairtrade certified producers and traders trading in Fairtrade products and will come into force from on 1 January 2018
Download a complete list of the Hazardous Materials:
For information on the summary of main changes, see:
For information on the changes to generic standards related to HML, see:
Principales cambios:Criterio comerciales, Trabajo Contratado, Organizaciones de Pequeños Productores, Producción por Contrato
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