Fairtrade is much more than merely an environmental certification, it is the only and best ethical and social certification that really ensures social and environmental, ethical and economic impact, and therefore human impact.Enrique Calderon, coffee farmer, COOPEAGRI cooperative, Costa Rica
News and Features
Article posted: 17 Sep 2019
Here are ten ways Fairtrade contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Press release posted: 12 Sep 2019
With global cocoa prices stuck at unsustainably low levels, Fairtrade is moving a step closer towards securing a decent income for impoverished cocoa farmers - many of whom earn less than US$1 dollar ...
Press release posted: 24 Jul 2019
The General Assembly of Fairtrade International has unanimously voted to adopt a new code of ethics and good practice aimed at strengthening and aligning governance, accountability and responsible ...
Article posted: 5 Jul 2019
More than 1,400 small-scale Fairtrade certified cooperatives in 73 countries celebrated this year’s International Day of Cooperatives around the theme of ‘decent work’. Here's why.
Article posted: 2 Jul 2019
The global coffee industry is facing an unprecedented price crisis which not only threatens our daily cup of the black stuff but also – far more importantly – jeopardises the livelihoods of millions ...
Press release posted: 2 Jul 2019
Fairtrade International, the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), and the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Fair Trade Small Producers and Workers (CLAC) announced an innovative partnership today ...
Press release posted: 13 Jun 2019
Fairtrade today welcomed the announcement by the governments of Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana to implement a floor price for cocoa of US$2,600 per metric tonne. Farmers in the two countries, which together ...
Article posted: 12 Jun 2019
152 million children are still involved in child labour, despite numerous commitments to end the practice. But there is also progress. Here are four lessons we've learned through our work to end ...
Article posted: 5 Jun 2019
"One key factor that is harming the future of coffee is well within the reach of every coffee drinker – price."
Press release posted: 31 May 2019
The leaders of Colombia and Fairtrade met yesterday [May 30] to discuss ways out of the global coffee price crisis which is driving millions of coffee farmers further into poverty.
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