Making your business Fairtrade

Putting the Fairtrade Mark on your products, stocking Fairtrade goods or serving them to your customers demonstrates your ethical commitments, has a positive impact on commodity producers and gets you closer to your supply chain.

By partnering with Fairtrade, your company - whether it’s large or small - can help improve the lives of the farmers and workers who produce the products you sell.

Independent GlobeScan research shows the Fairtrade Mark is the most widely recognised ethical label globally; it allows you to demonstrate to your customers your commitment to ethical and sustainable values. 

Increasingly consumers are demanding transparency and sustainability in the sourcing of their food and their products. The best way to do this is through trusted, independent, third party certification – Fairtrade.

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    For Licensees

    Fairtrade ANZ offers support to Fairtrade Licensees in a variety of ways:

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    Telling your Fairtrade story

    With so many ways to work with us, Fairtrade is good for business.

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    Ways of working with Fairtrade

    Fairtrade’s rigorous standards and increased supply chain visibility provide your business with an ethical, trusted and easily communicable way to improve the lives of the farmers and workers you source from.

    The Fairtrade Certification Mark is the most recognized ethical label in the world, and the majority of those who recognize it regard it as having positive impact.

    More and more, consumers are making the switch to ethically sourced and labelled products. They want to be sure of the legitimacy behind claims, and have transparency into where products are sourced. An easy way to provide this is through trusted, independent, third party certification — Fairtrade.

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    Policies and Standards

    All companies must follow the policies that apply to their Fairtrade Certified products.

    This page contains Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand's Standards and Policies.

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    Sustainability in your supply chain

    Fairtrade isn't just about farmers or producers, it's about making sure the entire supply chain is sustainable.

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    Supporting Fairtrade at work

    By offering Fairtrade products in your workplace you can have a profound impact on the lives of farmers and workers around the world.

    It showcases to your team, customers and wider network that you're taking specific action for an environmentally responsible and socially just world, whilst enjoying a quality cup.

    When you register below you'll receive:

    - Promotional materials and logos

    - Resources to support sustainability and impact reporting

    - Access to global Fairtrade events and promotions