Fleurop & Fairtrade Max Havelaar - for more fairness
Learn here how you can help employees of the flower plantations overcome poverty and create better living conditions.
Why Fairtrade Max Havelaar?
For orders delivered in Switzerland, Fleurop offers Max Havelaar-certified Fairtrade roses of first-class florist quality.
Fairtrade Max Havelaar is a non-profit organisation that was founded in Switzerland in 1992 to promote fair trade with products from developing countries. Fair trade supports plantation employees to escape poverty by their own efforts and to strengthen their position in world trade.
How to recognize Fairtrade Max Havelaar?
The primary focus is to ensure a decent working environment for plantation employees and to improve living conditions for families and whole villages. So that people can recognise such products, the Fairtrade Max Havelaar Foundation labels fair trade products with its Fairtrade label. That also applies to roses. Fleurop has been a Fairtrade Max Havelaar partner since October 2003 and offers roses with the Max Havelaar Fairtrade label through its Swiss partner stores and via www.fleurop.ch
Our Fairtrade Max Havelaar roses
Delicate Seasonal Bouquet with Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses
CHF 72.00 - CHF 132.00
36 Mixed Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses
I Love You with Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses
CHF 90.00 - CHF 160.00
3 Red Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses with greenery
5 Red Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses with greenery
7 Red Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses with greenery
9 Red Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses with greenery
Delicate Seasonal Bouquet with Fairtrade Max Havelaar-Roses with teddy bear
CHF 90.50 - CHF 150.50
More topics about Fairtrade Max Havelaar
Fleurop & Fairtrade Max Havelaar - for more fairness Learn here how you can help employees of the flower plantations overcome poverty and create better living conditions. Helpful: premium for community projects The Max Havelaar Fairtrade label includes a premium for community projects such as fresh water wells, schools and more. Protecting the environment and people Fairtrade Max Havelaar certified plantations follow strict regulations to protect the environment and groundwater, as well as the use of fertilizers and sprays. Who is Max Havelaar? In a novel, Max Havelaar is a colonial official who exposes serious misconducts by his superiors and challenges the entire colonial system. Find out which farm your rose comes from Via code, you can trace every Fleurop rose back to the producing rose farm and find out what it does with the Fairtrade premium. More ecological than Swiss greenhouse roses Find out why roses imported from South America or Kenya can also make sense from an ecological point of view.