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Fairtrade near you

Fairtrade is a global network working to share the benefits of trade more equally – through standards, certification, tailored development programmes, market access, advocacy, and awareness-raising.

Three Fairtrade producer networks co-own the international Fairtrade system, representing more than 1.6 million farmers and workers in Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and the Middle East, and Asia and the Pacific. These are indicated in green or orange on the map below.

More than 25 organizations promote Fairtrade on a national level, supporting and challenging businesses and governments to increase commitments to fairer trade, as well as connecting farmers and workers with the people who buy their products. These are blue on the map.

Many of the businesses that partner with Fairtrade work globally, so you might find Fairtrade products in other countries not marked here too!

About Fairtrade

  • For producers

    Are you a farmer or worker involved in the cultivation, harvesting or creation of any of the 500+ Fairtrade products? See how Fairtrade can benefit you and how to get started.

    Learn more about being a Fairtrade producer

  • For businesses

    Fairtrade helps businesses of all sizes meet their sustainability and supply chain needs. If you want to trade or retail Fairtrade certified products and show your commitments to customers, here’s where to begin.

    Learn more about Fairtrade for your business

  • Fairtrade Finder

    Find producers and businesses around the world that sell Fairtrade certified products.

    Use the finder

  • Fairtrade Awards

    Celebrating the very best Fairtrade farmers, producers, workers, traders and campaigners. Deadline: 15 Dec

    Apply today!

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It is part of the standards, that women should be empowered... If a woman is empowered, then the house will also be empowered, economically and socially.Elizabeth Chepkwony, coffee farmer, Kabngetuny cooperative, Kenya

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