Fairtrade helps farmers all over the world improve their lives and their communities by supporting human rights, confronting inequality and protecting the environment. Here at Adora, we are committed to responsibly sourced ingredients — our cocoa, vanilla and sugar have all met Fairtrade International’s rigorous standards for certification.1
Fairtrade is a worldwide system that ensures smallholder farmers in developing nations earn a decent income. Through Fairtrade, farmers can better invest in their communities, supports democratic processes, and works to prevent gender inequality.
Fairtrade encourages growth without harmful chemicals and supports a long-term approach to environmental protection. Fairtrade farmers use only non-GMO seeds.
Fairtrade ensures that farms comply with the highest labor standards, including the banning of child labor, freedom of association and non-discrimination policies.
Fairtrade farms and traders are audited annually to ensure that the whole supply chain complies with the standards.2
Fairtrade guarantees producers a fair price that reflects the cost of sustainable production.
When selling their Fairtrade products, small-scale farmers and workers earn the Fairtrade Premium, which they can invest to develop their businesses and empower their communities.
Fairtrade is an alternative approach to trade that empowers small producers to improve their lives and their communities by focusing on economic, social and environmental wellbeing.
Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful means of reducing poverty through their everyday choices. The Fairtrade mark helps consumers identify products and make purchase that align with their values.
1 Fair World Project and independent advocacy group analysis
2 Fairtrade certified supply chains are regularly monitored by a third-party ISO 17065 accredited auditor.