The power is in your hands

Almost 7,000 products from coffee to flowers are Fairtrade certified in Canada, so when you shop, look for the FAIRTRADE Mark. Consult our interactive list of registered brands and companies that sell Fairtrade certified products in Canada. Contact them to find out where to buy in your area.

  • Fruits

    Fruits and Vegetables

    Fairtrade-certified avocados, grapefruit and pineapple are starting to be seen in Canadian supermarkets while the Fairtrade banana takes the lead as Canada’s fastest growing Fairtrade fruit. 

  • Cocoa

    Chocolate and Cocoa

    Buying Fairtrade chocolate makes a huge difference to the lives of cocoa farmers and their families around the world.

  • Coffee


    Choosing Fairtrade coffee means helping coffee farmers around the world to get a fair deal.

  • Tea


    Buying Fairtrade can help improve wages and puts investment into tea-growing communities.

  • Sugar


    Canadian consumers and companies choosing Fairtrade sugar sent more than $115,000 in Fairtrade Premium back to sugar cane smallholders last year.

  • Flowers


    Whatever the occasion, you can say it with Fairtrade flowers – and it helps thousands of farmers and workers get a better deal.

  • coconut

    Nuts, Oilseeds and Coconut

    From cosmetics made with shea butter to soya sauce or rich coconut milk, Canadians are seeing an increased variety of Fairtrade products in their local health and supermarket stores. 

  • Cotton


    Many of us care about how we look – and buying clothes made with Fairtrade cotton means we can be a follower of fashion and at the same time help low paid cotton farmers around the world.

  • Sport Balls

    Sports Balls

    Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Rugby… all beloved games played by Canadians yet the work involved in the making of these balls is far removed from the joy of the game.

  • spices

    Herbs & Spices

    Globally, herbs and spices are cultivated by thousands of small-scale farmers, often dispersed in remote areas of the world. They face challenges that include fluctuating prices and changing weather patterns that makes creating a sustainable livelihood difficult.

  • Gold


    Fairtrade certified Gold is the world's first independent ethical certification system for gold.

  • Wine


    Buying Fairtrade wine helps ensure that farmers and workers are receiving a fair price – as well as an additional premium to help their community invest in essential services such as education, sanitation and health care.