Fair for Life

Jason Lemieux November 6, 2013

Fair for Life is a brand neutral third party certification program for social accountability and fair trade in agricultural, manufacturing and trading operations. Fair for Life Fair Trade certification was developed by the Swiss BioFoundation and Institute for Marketecology (IMO), also based in Switzerland, and first came to the North American markets in 2007. It was developed as a complementary approach to the existing Fair Trade certification system. The Fair for Life Social & Fair Trade Program is based on Fair Trade International (FLO) standards and ISEAL recommendations for social standard setting.

For more information about Fair for Life and the products they certify, click here.

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Jason Lemieux, El Jeffé

Designer, programmer, and strategist for non-profit and progressive organizations. Making change on the web for over 10 years.

Specialties: Project management, user interface design, website design, branding, xhtml and css programming, online campaign strategy, wordpress, drupal, textpattern, open-source software development and collaboration, cooperative organizing.