Fair Trade certification
Fair Trade Standards are designed to aid the sustainable development of some smaller producers and agricultural workers. The producers have to comply with all the standards laid down by Fairtrade International. A
Fair Trade certification is a product certification within the market-based movement fair trade.
Fair Trade Certification is a third-party certification process that sets standards for food and agricultural products. The criteria are; fair prices for farmers and decent working and living conditions for workers.
How Fair trade measures its impact
The Fair Trade system has committed to a programme of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), which aims at generating recommendations and analysis in support of greater effectiveness and impact. Ongoing market progress is
monitored by market-facing organizations present in countries where Fairtrade certified products are sold; market data is consolidated by Fairtrade International on an annual basis.