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Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand works directly with businesses, consumers and campaigners to make trade fair by securing a better deal for farmers and workers.
Fairtrade is always growing. From producer organisations to marketing departments, Fairtrade has a presence in more than 70 countries.
Want to know how many farmers and workers are involved in the Fairtrade system and other interesting Fairtrade facts? Check out these infographics...
The Fairtrade Mark is the globally recognised label that adorns Fairtrade Certified products.
The Network of Asia and Pacific Producers helps farmers and workers in the region make the most of the Fairtrade system.
At Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand we are proud to collaborate with partners who support our work to empower and improve the lives of farmers and workers in developing countries.
When you buy Fairtrade products you're putting some extras on your shopping list: gender equality, the eradication of child labour and modern slavery, fair prices and wages for farmers and workers, and improving the environment. There are more than 2,100 Fairtrade certified products available, from everyday basics like coffee or chocolate to gold. So when you shop, why not look for the Fairtrade Mark and help buy a better future for farmers and workers?
Click on the products below to find out which brands have Fairtrade certified products on offer.
Cotton is the most important crop in the world textile industry, yet an estimated 100 million rural households who produce it are living in poverty.
Cotton is the most important crop in the world textile industry, yet an estimated 100 million rural households who produce it are living in poverty. Farmers and Fairtrade are working together so cotton growers can improve both their livelihoods and their lives.