Fairtrade certification is a label given to products that meet certain standards of fair trade, such as paying a fair price, providing safe working conditions, and prohibiting the use of forced or child labour. It aims to promote fair and sustainable trading practices for farmers and workers in developing countries, empowering them to invest in their communities and improve their standard of living. Products that are certified Fairtrade include food (bananas, cocoa, coffee. tea..etc), cotton, sport balls and more. Fairtrade International establishes its standards in compliance with the ISEAL Code of Good Practice on Standard Setting. ISEAL acts as the overseer of certifiers, ensuring that their certification scheme is trustworthy and effective. As part of this process, a diverse range of stakeholders, including farmers and workers, local authorities, experts in the field, businesses, non-profit organizations, and other groups, are consulted to ensure a comprehensive and inclusive approach.