We are a social enterprise evolved into one of the leading all organic, vertically integrated fresh fruit groups.
We were founded in 2005 with the goal of lifting farmers out of poverty in rural Mexico. By the early 2010s we've grown into one of the largest organic and fair trade fruit exporters in Latin America.
Today, we have supply and farmer development offices in three countries, and close relationships with socially and environmentally responsible growers across three continents.
This is how we are able to offer healthy fruit with impact to Europe and North America all year round.
Through our export and development offices, we provide organic training, support and resources that enable the smallest farmers to grow sustainably, while also growing as a business.
At the same time, we monitor environmental risks and organic integrity, and we run projects that restore biodiversity and help the community.
Our tight supply chain results in increased sustainability and better feedback loops, as well as savings that we reinvest in our impact.
Sr. Account Manager
Sr. Account Manager
Impact & Process Manager
Business Unit Manager
Founder and Executive Chairman
Director of Fairtrasa Peru
Director of Fairtrasa Dominican Republic
Director of Fairtrasa Mexico
Brand Manager &
Marketing & Communication Manager
Our holding company, responsible for activities that affect every other company in the Group.
Our European headquarters by the Port of Rotterdam, responsible for sales across the continent.
Our Madrid office manages the supply chain and sales of our green banana program, worldwide.
Supply and impact office that sources from small growers and supports them, while managing our model farm and banana packhouse.
The first Fairtrasa company. Today, a supply and impact office that sources from local growers and helps them implement sustainability initiatives.
Supply and impact office that supports small growers across the country, while running our packhouse and managing reforestation and other initiatives in the Central Jungle of Peru.