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What is Fairtrade Canada?

Fairtrade Canada is an independent non-profit organization that licenses the use of the FAIRTRADE Mark on products in Canada in accordance with internationally agreed Fairtrade Standards. Fairtrade Canada is the Canadian member of Fairtrade International, which unites over 25 labelling initiatives across Europe, Japan, North America, Mexico and Australia/New Zealand as well as networks of producer organizations from Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Who is Fairtrade International?

Fairtrade International (formally known as Fairtrade Labeling Organizations International) is the international body made up of Fairtrade Canada and its partner organizations around the world. We’re proud to say that it is 50% owned by the farmers and workers it serves. Fairtrade International is in charge of developing Fairtrade Standards for products, supporting farmers and workers, and operating global certification and auditing systems.

Who is FLOCERT?

FLOCERT is the independent third-party certification body that audits farmers, workers, traders and companies to ensure they comply with the international Fairtrade Standards. Their auditors verify compliance with the rigorous social, economic and environmental standards. FLOCERT holds the ISO 17065 standard for certification bodies.

What are Fairtrade standards?

Fairtrade Standards comprise the core requirements of social, economic and environmental in addition to no child labor and no forced labor. Developmental requirements along with progress requirements encourage continuous improvement of developing farmers’ organizations or the situation of estate workers. Read more about the Standards here: www.fairtrade.net/standards.html

What is a Fairtrade certified producer group?

It is either an association of farmers or a company dependent on hired labor that produces one or more commodities for which there are Fairtrade Standards and that has been certified to meet those Standards. Once certified, they are added to the Fairtrade product register and registered companies can buy from them under Fairtrade terms. Some Fairtrade certified producer groups are able to sell their entire production under Fairtrade terms, while others sell only a very small percentage and require more buyers to purchase on Fairtrade terms. It is only by increasing the amount sold as Fairtrade that producer groups are able to receive a steady stream of additional income to improve their lives.

What is the Fairtrade premium?

The Fairtrade Premium is an additional sum of money paid on top of the Fairtrade Minimum Price that farmers and workers invest in social, environmental and economic developmental projects to improve their businesses and their communities. They decide democratically as a committee how to invest the Premium. You can read more about how farmers spend their Premium here.

What is a Fairtrade registered licensee?

It’s a company that has signed a License Agreement with Fairtrade Canada and is therefore entitled to apply the FAIRTRADE Mark to specific products covered by the agreement. Find out how to become a licensee here.

Where can I buy Fairtrade products?

See our Buying Fairtrade page. We’ve listed all registered companies with Fairtrade Canada. We encourage you to contact these companies to find out where their Fairtrade product(s) is/are available.  Find Fairtrade products in supermarkets, independent shops, cafés, restaurants, through catering suppliers and wholesales, as well as online. Also check out local and independent shops as they often have product ranges not available in mainstream stores.

How do I stock Fairtrade certified products in my store?

If you’re interested to retail Fairtrade products in your store, we invite you to check our Retailer page for some valuable information.

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