At the Fair Trade Shop, we offer a wide range of products, many certified, ethically sourced from suppliers committed to the principles and practice of fair trade. Our suppliers, and their product ranges, are shown below. More information can be obtained from the supplier’s own web site by clicking the respective logo.
Akoma’s all-natural skin care and spa products are both high quality and great value. By choosing products from Akoma, you're helping to improve the lives of everyone who works in their Fairtrade cooperative.
100% natural socks from Braintree are incredibly soft, very hard wearing and manufactured from sustainable Bamboo.
Supplying a range of Fair Trade incense in a variety of fragrances, Greater Goods incense products and sachets, together with hand carved wooden incense holders, are made by the Mother’s Commerce Company (MCC), a small company set up in India nearly 40 years ago to counter unemployment among local women.
Lanka Kade is about more than just toys - it is about giving real opportunities to real people to enable their independence and give them the ability to provide for themselves and their families with pride.
Namaste is a key supplier of Fair Traded craft and textile products from India. Their philosophy is simple; fantastic, ethically sourced and yet commercial products to maximise sales and therefore maximise benefits to both suppliers and customers.
All Pachamama jewellery is sterling silver, handmade by skilled silversmiths in Bali and Java, Indonesia. Pachamama practices a strict ethical trading policy, aiming to empower small-scale alternatives to the global economy.
Since 2001 Paper High has been selling Fair Trade paper products and unusual eco-friendly gifts made in India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. All products are handmade using locally sourced sustainable and recycled materials wherever possible.
Divine is the only Fairtrade chocolate company that is also owned by cocoa farmers. Each bar is made using the best cocoa from Ghana, where it is grown by Kuapa Kokoo, a co-operative of 85,000 smallholder farmers who own 44% of the Divine company.
A selection of fairly traded handmade ethnic musical instruments, manufactured by small independent businesses, often families, using sustainable resources.
As the UK’s largest retailer and wholesaler of handmade and eco-friendly fair trade gifts, their aim is to improve the livelihoods of disadvantaged people in developing countries, benefiting local community projects and keeping alive traditional skills that would otherwise be lost.
A leading worker’s cooperative providing a wide range of independently manufactured vegetarian, organic and fair traded food and cruelty free cosmetic products.
Traidcraft is one of the leading dedicated fair trade companies in the UK and globally. It offers the UK’s widest range of fair trade foods, beverages, household cleaning, charcoal and rubber products, as well as fair trade crafts and clothing, from suppliers in more than 30 developing countries.
From day one, Green and Black’s has upheld its identity as a caring and ethical brand. “Putting it simply, we believe that ethically sourcing the finest ingredients creates great-tasting chocolate”
Siwok Crafts is a Fair Trade Supplier. Sales of its hand carved wooden crafts help the indigenous Argentinean Wichi people survive in their native land and earn a living wage in their harsh environment.
JTS empowers and educates producers and consumers, through the fair purchasing and sale of delicious food products from the developing world. It seeks to provide sustainable incomes for small holder farmers.
Hadeel is a Fair Trade shop which aims to provide a sustainable source of income for craftspeople working with social enterprises in the West Bank, Gaza, as well as one in Galilee and another in Negev.
Trading since 1987, NOT offers a range of gifts and products for the home from India. NOT is committed to fair trade, aiming to provide sustainable employment for disadvantaged artisans; no child is involved in the production of their goods.
Where Does It Come From? is an Ipswich based brand that has created its own range of fairly traded, environment friendly adults and children’s clothing’. All clothes come with a code on the label so that the customer can explore how their new garment was made and get to know the people who made it.
York Scarves is a family business based just outside the city of York. Their aim is to bring to the market a unique and diverse range of well made fair trade wholesale scarves at realistic prices.
Siesta imports crafts directly from suppliers in countries all over the world on a fair trade basis and is a member of the British Association for Fair Trade Shops and suppliers.
Honeystreet Handmade, launched in 2014, is a range of luxury fair trade beauty products, handmade in Britain, designed to care for you and for those who supply the ingredients.
Hallo Cards is a local supplier, established for over 25 years, producing original design cards for all occasions as a quality alternative to mass produced greetings cards.
Glebe Cottage cards offers card buyers positive environmental choices, because we think they have a really exciting role to play in encouraging a greener card industry.
Just Cards handmade African products come from Rwanda, Kenya or South Africa. We support some wonderful craft projects in these countries and it is a real joy for us to be working with them.
A fashion brand whose products are beautiful, functional, affordable and tackle waste from every angle, achieved by using waste materials from various industries and designing bags in timeless styles that will outlive micro trends and seasons.
Eco-friendly cards, sourced from well-managed forests and other controlled sources, vegetable-based inks, recycled paper envelopes and compostable outer slips.