· To make possible the creation of jobs in developing countries.
· Craft or semi-industrial production (agricultural cooperatives, textile,...)
· Keep the economy and the local market avoiding the export dependency of their work.
· Do not allow child labor, but working to eradicate it.
· To apply equity criteria for wages and labor rights of women and men.
· Products made with quality local raw materials.
· To promote environment portection and respect.
· Payment of a fair price for the work done in accordance with the general level of the producer country.
· Reinvestment of profits in social projects for the improvement and development of their own community.
Fair Trade has been growing sustainably and continously in recent years. Recently the demand has grown in the European markets (France, United Kingdom, Portugal and Italy).
Since our cooperative is always attentive to needs of these markets or due to we have more and more exclusive and elaborated products outstanding by quality and price, we are living a promising perspective of growth and improvement.
What so far a small-scaled distribution targeted to small-scale establishments in BIO, dietary, bars and restaurants and small supermarkets, has become a distribution organized in central stores, which operates the mainstream market sensitizing it in order to expand Fair Trade products.
The introduction of the international label FLO (Fairtrade Label Organization) into Spain in Spetember 2005 has opened new prospects for growth and control over products that incorporate it, similar to the identification labels for organic agriculture products or the Origin Regulatory Councils.