Fairtrade certification and the FAIRTRADE Mark

What does the FAIRTRADE Mark mean?

The FAIRTRADE Mark is a registered certification label for products sourced from producers in developing countries.

Products with the FAIRTRADE Mark must meet international Fairtrade standards. These are set by the international certification body Fairtrade International (FLO). These standards are agreed through research and consultation with members of the Fairtrade scheme, including farmers and workers themselves, traders, NGOs, academic institutions and labelling organisations such as the Fairtrade Foundation.

Find out how to use the Mark here

Two key benefits of Fairtrade for farmers and workers.

Fairtrade standards

What standards does a product have to meet to bear the FAIRTRADE Mark?

Producer certification and monitoring

How do we ensure Fairtrade standards are adhered to?