Impact areas

Defining the areas in which our partnerships aim to make an impact

Fair Value Distribution

Fairfood aims to redistribute value along food supply chains, with the purpose of enhancing farmers’ and workers’ incomes and livelihoods. We want to demonstrate that this fairness can be a win-win for all stakeholders; as farmers gain a higher income, companies can profit from future-proofing their business.

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Transparent supply chains

Supply chain transparency ultimately serves corporate accountability. For too long, misconducts have been hidden behind opaque food supply chains. By making them transparent, we put a spotlight on farmers’ and workers’ rights, allowing businesses to back up the promises they make about social and environmental sustainability, and consumers to dig into the true story behind their products.

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Living wage & income

Poverty is a driving force behind a lot of the issues in agri-food; it has been connected to child labour, deforestation and unsustainable agricultural practices. Yet, this fundamental issue is astonishingly complex in and of itself. To make the solution measurable, Fairfood is looking at the concept of living wages and incomes, which should allow workers and farmers to afford a decent standard of living.

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Due diligence legislation

We advocate for the transition towards a fair food system, and lobby for the legislation that can make that happen. Moreover, as new legislation is entering into force at EU level, we assist companies in preparing to comply. For one: trace their product all the way back to the farmer.

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Digital inclusion

Global crises demand corporate accountability. As companies need a more profound understanding of their impact on people and planet, they are turning to digital solutions, which often demand data collection at farm level. Fairfood envisions a future where everyone benefits from this digitisation. We put the farmer at the centre of all data processes, to ultimately have them benefit of the value these processes add to the final product.

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Climate resilient farming communities

To support farmers in becoming more climate resilient, we look at agroforestry and carbon insetting. Both solutions offer new income sources and promote local biodiversity, making it a win-win for everyone involved.

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