For more than 20 years, Commerce Equitable France has been organising the “Quinzaine du Commerce Equitable“, which brings together and federates the actors involved in sustainable development. This trade is based on production, marketing and consumption methods that are more respectful of people and the environment.
Some of the criteria of fair trade :
- Fairer remuneration for producers
- Preservation of the environment
- Respect for the fundamental rights of producers and workers
- Transparency and traceability of supply chains
- Consumer awareness of sustainable production methods
Source: Max Havelaar France
“Fair Trade makes a difference”
The 2021 edition takes place from 8 to 23 May and is placed under the sign of the meeting. This need to recreate links between people has become much more pronounced since the global pandemic. The ordeal we are going through will nevertheless have revealed beautiful solidarity throughout the country. It is within this optimistic framework that the “Quinzaine du Commerce Equitable” has decided this year to highlight the links between producers and consumers through the values of equity, sharing and social and environmental well-being.
Fair trade at Cafés Sati
For over 20 years Café Sati has been committed to developing a range of coffees that are both certified organic and Fair Trade/Max Havelaar. We are convinced that these two approaches are complementary in order to produce quality coffee that respects producers, consumers and the environment.
It was during their travels around the world that the Schulé family developed the desire to develop an ethical and sustainable approach. Over the years, the family of roasters has built partnerships based on trust, respect and fairness.
20 years later, these same founding values are passed on from generation to generation in order to produce a coffee that respects man and our planet.
For more information, please visit the “Quinzaine du Commerce Equitable“ website.