Fairtrade International

Founding Year: 1997

Staff: 70

Budget: €195m

Darío Soto Abril (Global CEO)

The product-oriented multistakeholder group of organizations works to “secure a better deal for producers”, aiming to protect workers and farmers, promoting their lives through trade. Its work is guided by a “global strategy focused on ensuring that all farmers earn a living income, and agricultural workers earn a living wage.” The main products that are “promoted under the Fairtrade label are coffee, cocoa, banana, flowers, tea, and sugar”.




Fairtrade International contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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