You can help millions of struggling farmers in the developing world work their way out of poverty by choosing fairly traded products every time you shop.
Under the Fairtrade system, producers are paid a fair price for their goods and they receive an extra amount, known as the Fairtrade Premium, that can be used to fund community development projects such as schools, water wells and health care clinics.
Oxfam's Biggest Coffee Break 2013
Oxfam’s Biggest Coffee Break helps raise vital funds for Oxfam’s work.
Oxfam’s Biggest Coffee Break takes place every year during Fair Trade Fortnight. Holding a Coffee Break is easy, and a great excuse for you and your mates to get together over a Fairtrade Certified™ cuppa.
We need to tell our supermarkets we want them to stock more Fairtrade Certifed™ products.
- Join our Check Out fair trade campaign to request more Fairtrade Certified™ products in your local supermarket
Swap to fair trade in your workplace
Switching to fairly traded tea and coffee is an easy and effective way for you and your colleagues to make a difference. Find out how you can become a fair trade workplace.
Promote fair trade in your school
Students across New Zealand want to learn more about poverty, globalisation, and issues related to social and economic justic. Take a look at our newly developed fair trade teaching resources.