The Fairtrade Mark on a product stands for social rights, environmental protection and ethical trade.


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Fairtrade certification and license for producers, manufacturers, traders and products.

If you use cocoa, coffee, tea, sugar, bananas and other tropical fruits, juices & vegetables, cotton, wine, flowers & plants, herbs & spices, honey, nuts & oils, quinoa, rice, shea, gold etc. in your production, you might consider sustainable raw materials and apply for the Fairtrade Certificate here: FLOCERT – fairness in global trade |

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Fairtrade@Work recognition for Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian businesses, organizations, offices.

Millions of cups of coffee, tea and cocoa are enjoyed daily in workplaces. So, it really matters what kind of coffee we drink during the working day.
Do you want to help make a change? Drinking Fairtrade certified beverages and using Fairtrade sugar is a small but responsible decision from the work community, that has a huge impact on farmers lives and the climate.
► Fairtrade@Work workplaces drink Fairtrade coffee and tea, so that coffee and tea farmers receive fair compensation for their work, cultivation and production is environmentally friendly and the climate impact of production is reduced.

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Global organization working with small-scale farmers in Africa, Asia and Latin-America and producers, manufacturers and traders around the world, making trade fairer for the people in our supply chains and protecting our environment.

160 million children in the world are still used for child labor. Millions of farmers and workers in developing countries work hard in heavy conditions to grow the food we eat every day. Yet, many do not earn enough to know where their own next meal will come from. We have chosen to work with products and areas, where these salient risks are the biggest, because this is where our work is most needed.

Your company can get certified and start using Fairtrade certified raw material, to make a real change. Or, at least prefer consuming and selling certified sustainable goods.

Main issues we work with in the supply chains:

  • Fairer price for farmers for their work, living income and living wage
  • Human and worker rights, safe working conditions
  • Child labor, forced labor
  • Gender equality, women’s rights and empowerment
  • Sustainability, environmental protection, organic production, climate change mitigation
Additional info
  • Fairtrade has national organizations in 28 countries, 3 producer networks and multiple ongoing projects.
  • There are 1,9 million farmers and workers in 70 countries that we work with.
  • There are 36 700 products with the Fairtrade Mark world wide.
  • Fairtrade products are sold in 143 countries.
  • There are 4177 certified traders
  • 63% of Fairtrade coffee, 61% of Fairtrade bananas and 56% of Fairtrad cotton is also organic.
  • In 2021 Fairtrade farmers ad workers earned 190 million EUR in Fairtrade Premium, an additional pay to the contractually guaranteed price, that they can use to develope their farm, support their family or their community.
  • Contracted Fairtrade minimum price protects farmers from market fluctuations and is a real safety net- if the market price is higher, they earn the market price. But should it fall lower than the set minimum price, they still earne that minimum.
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Contact us

Jana Jesmin

Fairtrade Account Manager for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

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+37256 26 5559

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