Fairtrade has changed [conditions] a lot... women and men now have the same rights. There are regular working hours, fixed leave days, and significantly improved safety regulations.Rosemary Achieng, supervisor, Panda Flowers Farm, Kenya
News and Features
Article posted: 6 Dec 2019
Fairtrade announced a partnership to explore the viability of offering climate risk insurance to Fairtrade smallholder farmers.
Article posted: 2 Dec 2019
What strong EU regulations for cocoa could mean for farmers, and why Fairtrade supports it
Article posted: 29 Nov 2019
A new independent study shows strong progress in applying Fairtrade’s rights-based approach to tackling child labour in Belize’s sugarcane growing communities. But for the approach to be sustainable ...
Press release posted: 28 Nov 2019
Fairtrade is bringing the voice of small-scale farmers to COP25 to highlight the need for action by governments and other stakeholders in food supply chains.
Article posted: 6 Nov 2019
Fairtrade recognizes the crucial role of governments, unions and employers towards improving living conditions for workers.
Article posted: 4 Nov 2019
Exploring sustainable vanilla prices to achieve a living income for farmers
Article posted: 18 Oct 2019
Julienne Assoko is a farmer at a Fairtrade certified cocoa cooperative in Côte d’Ivoire. Here she speaks about her experience, her ambitions and her message for those who will soon enter the next ...
Article posted: 16 Oct 2019
Using this World Food Day to reflect upon the people who grow it for us
Article posted: 7 Oct 2019
Help us celebrate Fairtrade producers, workers, traders and campaigners around the world by entering your organization into the 2020 International Fairtrade Awards!
Article posted: 2 Oct 2019
See the short film and plunge into the story of Olga Alvarado, who left her home in Honduras at only 18 years old to provide a better future for her son.
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