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Fairtrade is about stable prices, decent working conditions and the empowerment of farmers and workers around the world.

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    What Fairtrade does

    Fairtrade advocates for better working conditions and improved terms of trade for farmers and workers in developing countries.

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    Fast Facts

    Want to know how many farmers and workers are involved in the Fairtrade system and other interesting Fairtrade facts? Check out these infographics...

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    Got a question about Fairtrade?

    Find answers to some of the questions that are frequently asked about Fairtrade.

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    Our impact

    Fairtrade supports marginalised farmers and workers, enabling them to build a better and more secure life for themselves, their co-workers and their families.

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    What is the Fairtrade Mark?

    The Fairtrade Mark is the globally recognised label that adorns Fairtrade Certified products.

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    Where Fairtrade works

    Fairtrade is always growing. From producer organisations to marketing departments, Fairtrade has a presence in more than 70 countries.

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    Map of Fairtrade producers

    There are more than 1.65 million farmers and workers in 1,226 producer organisations across the Fairtrade system. 

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    Who we are

    Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand works directly with businesses, consumers and campaigners to make trade fair by securing a better deal for farmers and workers. 

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    Asia and the Pacific - a region of great potential

    The Network of Asia and Pacific Producers helps farmers and workers in the region make the most of the Fairtrade system.