Bringing trust and transparency to food supply chains

We advocate for change and deliver farm-to-fork solutions

What we do

Traceability that proves sustainability claims

We enable product traceability from verified smallholder farmers, so businesses can support sustainability claims with robust data.

Supply chain transparency for responsible sourcing

We nurture public-private partnerships to increase supply chain transparency that enables businesses to deliver on sustainability commitments.

First-mile digitisation for financial inclusion

Smallholder farmers can connect to supply chains with digital solutions that enable better access to markets and finance.

How this adds up to your transparency journey

Fairfood is a trusted, long-term partner for companies that want to do better, but need assistance in doing so. As we together walk the road towards transparent value chains, we utilise Fairfood’s expertise, solutions, tools and network along the way. 

Although no two sustainability journeys are the same, we have defined 4 overarching stages: design, develop, deploy, deliver. This video breaks it down.

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Change choice

Advocating for a future-proof food system

We are a non-profit organisation accelerating the transition towards a fair food system, one that defends the livelihoods of the people behind our food. Working in over 15 countries, we bring our expertise into decision-making spaces, continuously pushing for farmer inclusion and corporate accountability at all levels. 

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Case studies

RECLAIM Sustainability!

Trabocca: In pursuit of poverty free coffee

Social Vanilla: Making vanilla fair

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Pure Africa: Towards a new fair coffee epoch

Knowledge hub

Inclusive Digital Design Toolkit: From access to meaningful technology usage

A new toolkit on inclusive digital design features an elaborate case study on Fairfood’s partnership with Verstegen Spices & Sauces. The toolkit is the result of a joint initiative between Athena Infonomics, USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and others, and explores the role of technology in an increasingly digital economy.

How data is empowering cooperatives to transform the Ugandan coffee industry

In the world of coffee, data is becoming a game-changer, revolutionising the way cooperatives operate and attracting new opportunities for growth. Our partner in Uganda, the social enterprise Ndugu, first looked at data as a mere precondition for contracts with cooperatives, but soon realised its untapped potential.

Report: Who own’s farmer data?

With due diligence legislation on the way, transparency has become a buzzword. But what exactly does this mean in practice? Our new report explains why building trust in data should go hand in hand with greater calls for transparency.

Video: 5 questions about upcoming sustainability legislation

A new video series answers questions about the regulations that will make corporate sustainability the new normal. Episode 2: Monitoring, reporting and verification for SMEs explained by Amy Ching from Satelligence.

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