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Fairtrade Certified vs Fair Trade

Cafe Fair Coffee

Cafe Fair Bag

 
   

Always Organic

Coffee Grower in Trees
Fairtrade Certified
Rainforest Alliance Certified

Eco-Friendly Coffees

Following are the current certifications for each Café Fair Coffee. (Click here for more information about certifications.)

 Coffee Kosher Organic Fairtrade® Rainforest
Alliance
Bird
Friendly
   
Cafe Fair Blend    
Chem Free Decaf  
Chem Free Decaf French Roast  
Dark Honduran    
Dark Guatemalan  ●  
Dark Peru  

What is Fairtrade®
vs Fair Trade?

 Fairtrade refers to Fairtrade organizations (such as Fairtrade America) or products certified through the Fairtrade Labeling International organization (FLO).

 Fair Trade is just two words used in marketing that have no special meaning by themselves and are not the  trademark of the International Fairtrade  system. Anyone can use the words Fair Trade on any product regardless of the  products' origin or handling, or create a  snappy logo with the word Fair Trade.

 Avoid being fooled! How can you tell
if it is truly Fairtrade? It's simple - only products carrying the mark above are legitimately Fairtrade Certified!

Earth, Wind and Fire    
El Salvador  
Dark El Salvador   
Espresso    
French Roast  
Guatemalan  ●  
Half Caff  
Hazelnut    
Machu Pichu ●   
Honduran ●     
Morning Blend ●   
Peru ●   
  Fairtrade International (FLO)
Fairtrade International is a non-profit organization with partners and supporters all over the globe. They develop Fairtrade Standards, support and educate producers, and co-ordinate the International Fairtrade system. And they own the FAIRTRADE Certification Mark, a registered trademark that appears on more than 27,000 products in 120 countries. Over 1.2 million small farmers and workers in 66 countries benefit from Fairtrade through stable prices, training, and financial premiums for education, healthcare and farm improvements.

Fairtrade International partners with an independent certifying organization - FLO-CERT - to inspect and certify producer networks representing small farmers and workers in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. In addition, a network of national Fairtrade organizations around the world promote Fairtrade in their countries. In the U.S., Fairtrade America is the partner organization that audits and certifies Fairtrade coffee sales and purchases by Steep & Brew.

To learn more about how the Fairtrade International system works, visit Fairtrade International, the Fairtrade Resources Network, FLO-CERT and Fairtrade America.
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Cafe Fair Bag

 

 

Last Updated 06-19-2015