Whatever the occasion, you can say it with Fairtrade flowers – and it helps thousands of farmers and workers get a better deal.

Flower workers in a greenhouse

Fairtrade certified farms must ensure safety and working conditions for their employees, an important factor when workers are often vulnerable young women. Producers get a Minimum Price and a Premium of 10% for every stem or bunch sold, allowing them to invest in health care, education and other social benefits. Fairtrade works with farmers in countries including Kenya, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, and Ecuador. Read more.

Consult our interactive list of registered brands and companies that sell Fairtrade certified products in Canada. Contact them to find out where to buy in your area.

Fairtrade Impact in Infographics


Figures shown are global data for 2014, taken from the 7th edition of the Monitoring the Scope and Benefits of Fairtrade report. Financial figures have been converted to Canadian Dollars and are estimates only.