1/ Fair Trade means fair pay and better working conditions for producers in the developing world. Fair trade products are made in safe and healthy working conditions. Fair Trade discourages forced labour and exploitive child labour.
2/ Fair Trade is better for the environment. Fair Trade support sustainable practices that minimize the environmental footprint.
3/ Fair Trade means high quality goods. Crafts are often handmade, which translates into closer attention to detail and higher-quality products, rather than the mass-produced, “High Street” goods we have become so acustomed to.
4/ Fair Trade means support for small producers. Producers are involved and invested in the entire production process and get paid a fair living wage.
5/ Fair Trade is safe. Fair Trade actively promotes soil fertility and preserves valuable ecosystem and limits the use of harmful agro-chemicals.