Customers are now more interested than ever in where their food and drink comes from, how it is grown and who by.
Stock Fairtrade products and become one of the hundreds of individual businesses across the UK helping empower Fairtrade farmers and workers in developing countries.
Increasingly consumers are demanding transparency in the sourcing of their food and their products. The best way to do this is through trusted independent, third party certification.
Promote your commitment to sustainable sourcing by involving your business with free resources from our shop.
Engage your customers in Fairtrade through our regular marketing campaigns and events for business such as Fairtrade Fortnight.
Sign up to our Out of Home newsletter for business and receive regular updates from the Fairtrade Foundation Out of Home team.
How to stock Fairtrade
Whether you run a restaurant, pub, café or are an independent retailer wanting to stock Fairtrade items, you can use the National Fairtrade Purchasing Guide to help you find a supplier of Fairtrade products.
Contact us if you operate at a regional or national level, and are seeking to bring more Fairtrade products into your business and would like additional support.
Visit our product pages to find information about the wide-range of goods that carry the FAIRTRADE Mark in the UK.
Fairtrade in your workplace
Do you want to change the world? Now’s your chance. Your workplace could be making a difference to people’s lives by switching tea, coffee and sugar supplies to Fairtrade.
You can celebrate your commitment by becoming a "Fairtrade Workplace of World Changers". Find out more about the certification and see if you're eligible.
Get in touch to find out more at:
+44 (0)203 301 5001
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