FairTSA

The Fair Trade sustainability Alliance

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 Licensees:

Interested in buying and selling FairTSA Fair Trade certified products?

If so, you need to become an authorized Licensee. Here you can find more information about the process and download an application.

 ProducerS:

What does it take to become a FairTSA certified producer?

First, sign up for a free producer Webinar in English or Spanish. Then send us a Producer Application. We will connect you with one of our participating certifiers, and they will issue a cost estimate for inspection and certification. Then, you can decide if you would like to go ahead with the certification process.

 Certifiers:

Interested in joining our world-wide network of certifiers?

Here you can learn more.

RSVP for a free webinar Today !

We host free informational webinars on a monthly basis.
Come learn and ask questions about our application process and requirements, participate in the first requirement of certification, and see how Fair Trade benefits the communities that grow and produce our food.

Community Development with

CELEBES

In 2022 hurricane Rai the Philippines, therefore food distribution and aid for the aftermath was the most pressing task in the community this year. After years of Fair Trade infrastructure projects such as well-drilling and creating solar lighting for remote villages, the quick switch to natural disaster aid is not unheard of in tropical farming communities.

Community Development with

CELEBES

In 2022 hurricane Rai the Philippines, therefore food distribution and aid for the aftermath was the most pressing task in the community this year. After years of Fair Trade infrastructure projects such as well-drilling and creating solar lighting for remote villages, the quick switch to natural disaster aid is not unheard of in tropical farming communities.

Community Development with

CELEBES

In 2022 hurricane Rai the Philippines, therefore food distribution and aid for the aftermath was the most pressing task in the community this year. After years of Fair Trade infrastructure projects such as well-drilling and creating solar lighting for remote villages, the quick switch to natural disaster aid is not unheard of in tropical farming communities.

“The purpose of the Fair Trade Sustainability Alliance is to improve farmers’ and workers’ quality of life through the practice of fair trade and sustainable community development.

Fair Trade is a market-based approach to international trade, where ethically-minded buyers invest in social responsibility to empower the people that produce these products."

Dr. Winfried Fuchshofen,
Executive Director 
 

Contact Us

info@fairtsa.org

+1 518-794-0286

P.O. Box 791
New Lebanon, NY 12125 USA

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