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Can I add the FAIRTRADE Mark to my own campaign materials?

Yes. For non-commerical use only please use our Campaigner and Supporter Promotional Materials Manual and use the jpegs below. If you are creating materials for more than 500 people you will need to send it to us for approval at artwork@fairtrade.org.uk  Please allow five working days for us to respond initially and three weeks for final approval. For commercial use of the Mark please go to the Using the Mark as a business pages. Download small low-res colour FAIRTRADE Mark Download small low-res black and white FAIRTRADE Mark

What about Genetically Modified Organisms?

There has been much concern among consumers over GMO crops. Many worry about the risks of environmental contamination and it has been argued that producer dependence on use of GM seeds could outweigh the benefits of the crops. The Fairtrade system’s environmental standards and guidelines currently forbid the use of GM seeds by farmers, and encourage active monitoring in nearby fields. However, it may not always be possible for small farmers to prevent contamination from a neighbouring field, and therefore we do not label Fairtrade products as 100 per cent GM free.   Read the Q&A on Fairtrade standards and Genetically Modified Organisms

How do I stock Fairtrade certified products in my shop?

You can find everything you need to know on our How to stock Fairtrade page.

How does Fairtrade labelling work with composite products?

Many Fairtrade products, such as coffee, tea, flowers, sugar and rice are 100 per cent Fairtrade. However there are other products, such as cakes, biscuits, ice cream and chocolate, in which the ingredients are a mixture of Fairtrade ingredients from developing countries (such as sugar, cocoa, honey and vanilla) and ingredients sourced more locally from UK or European farmers (such as milk, flour or eggs). These are known as ‘composite products’. To take account of this, the Fairtrade Foundation has developed requirements for where and how the FAIRTRADE Mark may be used based on Fairtrade International policy. The main principles of these requirements are: - 100 per cent of any ingredient that can be Fairtrade certified, must be Fairtrade certified. - Any product may carry the FAIRTRADE Mark if more than 50 per cent of its total ingredients (calculated by dry weight) are sourced from Fairtrade certified producer organisations. - If the total Fairtrade certified ingredient content is less than 50 per cent, the product may still be eligible if it has one significant Fairtrade ingredient that represents more than 20 per cent of the product’s dry weight. An example of a significant ingredient might be an orange juice drink made of 20 per cent Fairtrade certified orange juice and the rest water. More information about product certification and these requirements can be found in the Fairtrade standards. Download the Fairtrade International Composite Policy

I want my business to stock and sell Fairtrade products

If you are a restaurant, caterer, cafe or retailer, we can help you provide Fairtrade products for your customers. If you run a restaurant, cafe or you are a retailer, use the guide below to help you find a supplier of packaged Fairtrade products. Why and where to buy Fairtrade for your business. See the National Fairtrade Purchasing Guide. Contact us if you operate at a regional or national level, and are seeking to bring more Fairtrade products into your business. Visit our product pages to find information about the different finished products that carry the FAIRTRADE Mark in the UK.

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