The Details: Full Comparative Analysis

 

Principle:Where possible, Fair Trade attempts to reduce the intermediaries between the primary producer and the consumer. This delivers more of the benefits of such trade to the producer and connects consumers more directly with the source of their food and other products, and with the people who produced them.

DFTA promotes shortened supply chains as a way to connect producers and consumers and to preserve the benefits of fair trade for the primary producer.

Key to Chart
The program is exemplary and meets the DFTA's criteria expectations. The program has some innovative approaches to this issue that may serve as a model.
The program appears to have a comprehensive approach to this issue in general alignment with DFTA criteria. There are some concerns or issues to highlight regarding the program's approach to this issue.
The program addresses this issue and may meet some of the criteria, but significant concerns, questions, or shortcomings compromise the approach. There is inadequate information or outstanding questions preventing a reliable assessment of the program's approach to this issue.
The program either does not address the issue at all, or clearly fails to address it in a manner consistent with DFTA criteria. Not applicable / not addressed by program
Criteria
FJC (AJP)
FFL(IMO)
FTUSA
FLO
RA
FA
EFI
1. When applicable, the program reviews fair working conditions of intermediary stages of processing and handling of product(s).

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