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What is the FAIRTRADE Mark?

The FAIRTRADE Mark is the most widely recognized and trusted ethical label in the world.

What is a Fair Trade Town?

The Fair Trade Town Program designates municipalities for demonstrating strong commitment to fair trade through community stakeholders, including local municipal authorities (such as a city council), businesses, community groups, and individual members. Activities, events, and promotional initiatives create awareness and encourage local citizens to make ethical and sustainable choices to support farmers and workers in the Global South. Learn more.

What is the FAIRTRADE Mark?

Our blue and green FAIRTRADE Mark is the independent consumer label you see on a product that meets the international Fairtrade Standards. It shows that the product has been certified to offer a better deal to the farmers and workers involved. The Mark is a registered trademark of Fairtrade Canada and ensures that the Fairtrade ingredients in a product have met the international Fairtrade standards. It does not endorse a company’s entire business practices. The black and white Fair Trade Certified Mark is also a registered trademark of Fairtrade Canada.  Both the FAIRTRADE Mark and the Fair Trade Certified Mark mean that the Fairtrade ingredients in a product are certified according to the standards of the international Fairtrade system.

What is a Fair Trade Campus?

The Fair Trade Campus Program designates colleges, universities, and Cégeps demonstrating strong commitment to fair trade. It harnesses the leadership and innovation present on campuses to strengthen the fair trade movement across Canada. Staff, students, administration and food service providers work together to implement purchasing policies that make Fairtrade certified products available and to drive awareness and action on the campus. Learn more.

What is a Fair Trade School?

The Fair Trade School Program designates schools for demonstrating strong commitment to fair trade from its students, teachers, and administrators. It promotes awareness and support for fair trade principles by addressing the unique opportunities that students, teachers, and administrators have to discuss and educate about social justice. This program is aimed at educating Canada’s young leaders of tomorrow to empower them through the knowledge of our food supply and the people behind it. Learn more.

What is a Fair Trade Workplace?

The Fair Trade Workplace Program encourages offices, factories, unions, and other workplaces to be mindful of the true value of labour and the cost of production. This Program designates workplaces that demonstrate a strong commitment to fair trade with Fairtrade product and promotional material availability to staff and visitors. Solidarity between workers everywhere is an important step towards a more just world. Learn more.

What is a Fair Trade Event?

The Fair Trade Event Program designates events that demonstrate to participants a strong commitment to fair trade by raising the social consciousness in their circle of friends or the community at large. These events can be public happenings such as festivals, conferences or meetings, or private gatherings such as weddings. Learn more.

What is a Fair Trade Faith Group?

The Fair Trade Faith Group Program encourages congregations to engage with a global movement that gives farmers and workers, their families, and their communities the opportunity to build better and more sustainable lives. Designated Faith Groups make Fairtrade products and promotional materials available to staff, congregants and visitors. Learn more.

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