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Australia and New Zealand have a historic bond with neighbouring Small Island Developing States, sharing the common interest of a peaceful and prosperous region.
Women in developing countries face many challenges - and gender inequality is a contributing factor to most of them. Fairtrade is working to counter the traditional gender roles that exclude women so everyone has a brighter future!
Fairtrade is probably best known for coffee, tea and chocolate, but our product range is much bigger than that!
Learn more about our current campaigns and join us in demanding a fair deal for farmers and workers.
People are at the heart of what’s important at Fairtrade. Our people enable us to deliver more impact where it matters.
Check out Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand's Annual Reports, Policies and relevant Standards here.
Fairtrade ANZ is excited to announce the certification of the first ever Fairtrade ginger growing organisation in the Pacific - Wainunu Organic Growers Association (WOGA). Located a rough and tumbling three hours’ drive from Labasa, within Fiji’s fourth largest town, WOGA is made up of a membership of seventeen households.
In New Zealand, there is no government regulation around the use of the term Fairtrade. As such the responsibility is on you to check the validity of claims, particularly if a product does not carry an independent certification mark. In some cases, products can claim themselves as Fairtrade, fair trade or fairly traded, but can, in fact, be far from it. Greenwashing is often used, by promoting a product as more 'green' and environmentally friendly than what is true.