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    TransFair e.V., founded in 1992, is the national Fairtrade organization for the German market. National Fairtrade organizations license the FAIRTRADE Certification Mark on products and promote Fairtrade in their territory. TransFair e.V. is supported by 33 member organizations, such as Brot für die Welt, misereor, terre des hommes, Welthungerhilfe or Unicef. As founding member TransFair e.V. helped to establish the umbrella organization Fairtrade International in 1997. There are 19 national Fairtrade organizations covering 24 countries. Fairtrade International is in charge of setting and reviewing the international Fairtrade Standards.



    1 Kg beans - Box 6x1 Kg beans
    250 gr. beans - Box 24x250 gr. beans



    Who we are. And what we do.

    Fairtrade provides a link between producers and consumers in international markets.

    Fairtrade is the world’s leading certification system for socially just sustainability in trade. We place an emphasis on people in developing countries and emerging economies. Our mission: to improve the living standards and employment conditions of the most disadvantaged small-scale producers through fair terms of trade, and in so doing, to combat poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

    Around 1150 producers in no less than 70  countries are members of the Fairtrade system. Fairtrade benefits 1.4 million small-scale farmers and workers. Fairtrade products are now available in 120 countries.

    Sustainable certification

    Instead of trading in products directly, Fairtrade awards the FAIRTRADE Mark to premium quality products that are certified as fairly traded. Why? To generate greater awareness for sustainable consumption.

    Currently, 250 companies sell over 2500 Fair-trade products in Germany. These products fall into 19 different product categories, from coffee and tea, to flowers, bananas, cocoa beans, sugar and cotton. Products bearing the FAIRTRADE Mark are sold in 42,000 retail outlets. Over 20,000 cafes and restaurants serve Fairtrade coffee and hot chocolate.

    80 % of consumers in Germany know the FAIRTRADE Mark. In Germany, one in every five households buys Fairtrade products (Source: GfK Study, 2013).

    Fairtrade stands for fair, certified raw materials at every stage of the value chain. Products bearing the FAIRTRADE Mark are produced and traded according to internationally recognized Fairtrade standards.


    These standards revolve around:

    Minimum prices

    Stable minimum prices for producers cover the cost of sustainable production and provide a safety net in case of a crash in world market prices.


    The payment of the additional Fairtrade Premium makes it possible to invest in social causes, infrastructure and education, such as the building of new schools or medical centres. How our premiums are used is decided democratically by the producers themselves.

    Consistent principles

    These include a total ban on exploitation through child labour, discrimination and forced labour. We also support the freedom of assembly of our producers.


    We are particularly keen to support environmentally friendly and sustainable production, as well as fixed mark-ups for organic farming.

    Equal opportunity

    Fairtrade producers are free to decide how to manage their projects. Fairtrade offers tools to improve productivity and quality, plus ways to access advanced funding.

    Our Fairtrade standards are regularly monitored by FLO-Cert, an independent accreditation organisation. FLO-Cert uses a completely transparent, internationally uniform certification method in accordance with accreditation standard ISO 65 (the world‘s leading quality norm for organizations operating a product certification system).

    Fairtrade has been proven to raise the level and predictability of producer income. Our work also has a positive impact on rural development in our regions of operation (Source: independent impact study of CEval, University of the Saarland, 2012).

    Only Fairtrade allows its producers to own a share in the international Fairtrade system – real co-determination! Via three continental producer networks, the producers have a 50% say in decision-making.

    With Fairtrade, you can work directly on environmental projects of your choice in developing countries and offset carbon emissions within the Fairtrade value chain. New Fairtrade environmental standards will help producer organisations react to the impacts of climate change.


  • Gran Bar


    Gran Bar

    A blend of prized South American Arabic and Indian coffees
    recognisable by the intensity of the flavour characterised
    by notes of spicy vanilla and chocolate, which make
    this a unique blend.




    1 Kg beans - Box 6x1 Kg beans
    250 gr. beans - Box 24x250 gr. beans

  • Suprema



    A sweet and balanced coffee blend. The presence of prized
    Arabic coffee gives the coffee delicateness in
    the cup and a soft suave aroma.




    1 Kg beans - Box 6x1 Kg beans
    250 gr. beans - Box 24x250 gr. beans

  • Brasilia



    A blend expressing the creaminess and the full-bodied flavour
    of a real Italian coffee; its aroma is bold and irresistible with
    distinct notes of caramel. In the cup it is characterised by
    a compact cream with flashes of a hazelnut colour and a persistent flavour.




    1 Kg beans - Box 6x1 Kg beans
    250 gr. beans - Box 24x250 gr. beans

  • Decaffeinato



    This line of coffee, Decaffeinato, is for all our customers who can't do without a good cup of coffee even in the evening, without caffeine but still maintaining Mocambo quality and aroma.


    Box 24 x 250 g