The producers and collaborators hail from Gambia, Burkina Faso, Guniea Conakry, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Mali, and Nigeria, practicing organic farming to adhere to fairtrade standards. Ensuring the promotion of sustainable development by offering better trading conditions and protecting and securing the rights of marginalised producers and workers in the developing countries.

F&OT facilitates the long term business relationships between sellers and buyers, giving sellers access a ready sales market both through domestic markets and for export, while simultaneous ensuring buyers are tapping into a correct certified standards products. This ensures the buyers engage in a social benefit by helping producers in developing countries achieve better trading conditions and promote sustainability.

F&OT will continuously commit through holistic development projects with the producers and farmers. Funds will be directed to producers through crop prefinancing and expansion projects.

In addition, F&OT becomes part of the the process by committing to producers in line with fair trade policies.




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Moringa leaves with paste


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