How to take part
Learn more about the different ways you can participate either with your daily cup of coffee or a coffee break event.
Jeugdbond voor Natuur & Milieu,
Habitat for Humanity Northland,
Szkoła Podstawowa nr 14 ,
St Mary's Church Tatsfield,
The Bakery Bar & Restaurant,
Alexander De Croo ,
Protestantse Gemeente Colmscha,
barry de boer,
Check the map to see all private and public events organised around the globe to show their support for Fairtrade coffee farmers in their fight against climate change:
Every cup of Fairtrade coffee drunk supports farmers who are fighting hard against climate change. Do you want to know which country scored the most cups of Fairtrade Coffee? Do you want to know if your Workplace made it to the top 10 list? Check the tables below for all updated information:
Fairtrade changes the way trade works through better prices, decent working conditions and a fairer deal for farmers and workers in developing countries. This enables them to have more control over their lives and decide how to invest in their future.
By choosing Fairtrade, you can create change through your everyday actions. A product with the FAIRTRADE Mark means producers and businesses have met internationally agreed standards and have been independently certified.