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25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in the United States, today announced significant growth and expansion of its Fair Trade Certified (TM) fresh produce program.
This bold new vision will double the impact of Fair Trade Certified coffee by 2015 and make Fair Trade more accessible to companies of all sizes.
Estimates show Fair Trade Certified product sales grew 24% in 2010, totaling $170 million.
I of the FairTrade crusaders, agreed to purchase a limited amount of Fair Trade certified coffee days before a planned protest in 2000.
In 2003, 100 new companies signed up to sell Fair Trade Certified products and approximately 8,000 new retail outlets began selling Fair Trade Certified products for the first time, bringing the total to almost 20,000 cafes, restaurants and supermarkets nationwide, TransFair said.
We began as one of the first roasters in the country to offer Fair Trade Certified coffees in 2000, and we're now engaged with stakeholders to ensure the growth of the fair trade movement into the future," said Lindsey Bolger, Senior Director of Coffee for the Specialty Coffee business unit of GMCR.
In 2012 alone, more than 120 new Fair Trade Certified (TM) products were launched, making it possible for shoppers to find the label in nearly every aisle of the grocery store, in restaurants and cafes, as well as online.
Honest Tea will be expanding its Fair Trade Certified offerings to include the entire tea portfolio.