All women who support Fair Trade are FairHer women. Visit BeFair.org to honor the women of Fair Trade and celebrate the many ways that Fair Trade empowers women.

Take Me to BeFair.org

No thanks, I want to continue to FairTradeUSA.org

Close

Press Room

09/30/2015

Clinton Global Initiative Commitment aims to expand Fair Trade from Farm to Factory

New York, NY, September 30, 2015 –  Fair Trade USA announced this week at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting its commitment to improve working conditions and enable sustainable livelihoods for factory workers, “Fair Trade Farm To Factory: An Ethical Sourcing Model.” Over the next two years, Fair Trade USA will certify 35 new factories, working with 30 new brand partners to improve the lives of 40,000 factory workers, globally.
09/08/2015

Reflections on new study from Tulane University

Fair Trade does not simply aim to prohibit child labor, it aims to eliminate reliance on child labor by making cocoa farming a viable profession for generations to come.  
08/19/2015

Growth mirrors rising demand for fruits & vegetables that empower farm workers

Oakland, CA (August 19, 2015) – Imports of Fair Trade Certified™ produce rose 26% in 2014, as reported by Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in North America.
07/28/2015
(Jackson Hole, WY – July 28, 2015)  Mountain Khakis®, a leading mountain-inspired lifestyle apparel brand, announces today that it will offer Fair Trade Certified™ apparel beginning with its Spring 2016 collections for men and women.   
Syndicate content