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RECEIVING A FAIRTRADE LICENSE

   - Once your supply chain has been checked and the information in your Application Form has been verified, we will issue a License Agreement.    - Return the License Agreement to us as instructed. The Agreement will then be counter-signed by a Fairtrade Canada executive and a copy mailed to you for your records.  You now hold a license to use the FAIRTRADE Mark on products that meet our requirements.

USING THE FAIRTRADE MARK

   - Part of the Fairtrade certification process for your product is the submission and approval of all packaging artwork which carries the FAIRTRADE Mark.    - Once you are licensed, you will receive a Mark Use manual and FAIRTRADE Mark graphic files.    The manual explains how to ensure your artwork is compliant, including how to use the word Fairtrade. Please send all packaging artwork for approval to artwork@fairtrade.ca    - Once you’ve received approval for your product artwork, your products can now be marketed as Fairtrade and carry the approved FAIRTRADE Mark    - Please note that the FAIRTRADE Mark is a registered trademark of Fairtrade International and it must always be approved by Fairtrade Canada prior to publication.

Are you based in Canada?

Fairtrade Canada only registers Canadian-based companies to use the FAIRTRADE Mark. If you are located outside of Canada, please contact Fairtrade International to find out who your Fairtrade Organization is.

Do you work with products that have existing Fairtrade Standards?

Fairtrade Standards exist for products that make the most difference to farmers and workers in the Global South. Visit Fairtrade International to see what Standards exist, and to understand more about why we have Standards for particular products and not others.

Do your products meet the composition requirements for Fairtrade products?

For a product to carry the FAIRTRADE Mark, it must contain a minimum amount of Fairtrade ingredients. Please visit our product composition page to ensure that your products meet these requirements.

Ready to apply?

We’ve outlined 3 steps to get your product Fairtrade certified

What do we expect from our supply chain partners?

Refer to our Fairtrade Standards and Policies for Canadian Operators and familiarize yourself with the internationally-recognized requirements you  will have to meet.

Will you be selling a finished product that will carry the FAIRTRADE Mark?

If you are trading Fairtrade ingredients rather than finished products, please visit our Trader application page. If you are working with finished products which you have bought from a licensee or a distributor and which already carries the FAIRTRADE Mark, please visit the Promoting Fairtrade page to see how you can promote your Fairtrade product range.

Where can I find Fairtrade Standards and Policies? 

Product-specific standards are set by Fairtrade International. Standards are also developed for supply chain partners like small producer organizations, hired labour, contract production and traders. Find all our Standards here. All Fairtrade Canada registered operators must comply with the Fairtrade Standards and Policies for Canadian operators. These can be found on the Fairtrade Standards and Policies page.

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