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Fairtrade Coffee Facts & Figures: 2014 Monitoring & Evaluation Report, 6th Edition


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This overview of Fairtrade coffee lists facts and figures on Fairtrade's impact for farmers and workers around the world. The full report can be found at

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Fairtrade Coffee Facts & Figures: 2014 Monitoring & Evaluation Report, 6th Edition

  1. 1. MONITORING THE SCOPE AND BENEFITS OF FAIRTRADE Sixth Edition Coffee © Santiago Engelhardt
  2. 2. 2© Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  3. 3. 3© Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  4. 4. 4© Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  5. 5. There are 439 smallscale producer organizations in Fairtrade - 320 in Latin America alone © Sean Hawkey
  6. 6. © James Rodriguez ©
  7. 7. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  8. 8. The average Fairtrade farmer cultivates 1.4 hectares of coffee © Sean Hawkey Cristian Gusmán Merlos at the coffee nursery of the Fairtrade certified Central De Cooperativas 'Las Diosas' that has 270 women farmer members.
  9. 9. © Fairtrade 2013 - Fairtrade Impact Mapped
  10. 10. 37% of all Fairtrade coffee sold in 2012/2013 was also certified organic – Peru is the top origin © Sean Hawkey A worker rakes coffee at the CAUFUL Coffee Cooperative, a Fairtrade & organic certified producer organization with 67 member in Honduras.
  11. 11. 11 ©Vipul Kulkarni ©
  12. 12. Coffee farmer organizations received €44 million in Fairtrade premium in 2012/13 © Matt Crossick Roaster Emlon Katabaco with the roasting machine at The Tanica instant coffee factory, in Bukoba, Tanzania. The factory is part owned by the Kagera Cooperative Union, purchased using Fairtrade Premium money.
  13. 13. Fairtrade premium payments increased by 18% in 2012-2013 © Sean Hawkey Francisca Ramirez, of El Pino Cooperative in El Salvador, cooks izote flowers on an energy efficient stove provided through a programme paid for with Fairtrade Premium. The stove cooks a meal with a couple of small sticks, reducing pressure on local forests and making life easier.
  14. 14. All information contained in this presentation and more can be found in our report ‘Monitoring the Scope and Benefits of Fairtrade, Sixth Edition 2014’ at: