Fair trade certification

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This article is about general fair trade certifications. For FLO International's fair trade certification (known as Fair Trade Certified in the United States and Canada), see Fairtrade certification.

A fair trade certification is a product certification within the market-based movement fair trade. The most widely used fair trade certification is FLO International's, the International Fairtrade Certification Mark, used in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Fair Trade Certified Mark is the North American equivalent of the International Fairtrade Certification Mark. As of January 2011, there were over 1000 companies certified to the FLO International's certification and a further 1000 or so certified to other ethical and fairtrade certification schemes around the world.[1]

Other certification and product labelings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] List of Companies certified to FLO International's fairtrade certification
  2. ^ Conroy, Michael (2007). Branded! p252
  3. ^ Fair's Fair at Whole Foods The Motley Fool, April 2, 2007.