What is Fair Trade? – Definition of Fair Trade
Fair Trade is trade between developed countries and disadvantaged producers in developing countries.
Fair Trade is a way to help world’s poor every time we buy Fair trade Certified Products. Fair Trade guarantees farmers and workers a fair price for their products that covers costs and enables them to support their families.
Fair Trade also promotes the development of disadvantaged producers, particularly women and people living in poverty and protects children from exploitation in the production process.
Fair Trade defends human rights by encouraging social justice, sound environmental practice and economic security.