When you see the Fair Trade Certified label on a product, it means that the farmers and workers who produced it were paid a fair price for their labor. It also means that they were treated fairly and had good working conditions. The Fair Trade movement began in the 1950s, in response to the unfair treatment of workers in developing countries by large corporations. Fair trade certified products are now sold all over the world, and include coffee, tea, chocolate, fruits and vegetables, flowers, and more.

So what does all this have to do with tea?

Well, unfortunately, the tea industry has a long history of exploitation. Tea workers are often paid very low wages and have to work long hours in difficult conditions. As a result, Fair Trade Certification is becoming increasingly important for the tea industry. When you buy Fair Trade Certified tea, you can be sure that the workers who produced it were treated fairly and paid a fair wage.

So next time you're looking for a delicious cup of tea, be sure to look for the Fair Trade Certified label!