Below are some resources for finding fair trade products and learning more about the movement. Always look for a Fair Trade Certified symbol!
- Alta Gracia Apparel
Based in the the Dominican Republic, Alta Gracia provides branded apparel for more than 600 college campuses.
Jewelry, Gifts, Home Decor, and Etc.
- Ten Thousand Villages
Artisans from 38 countries throughout the world produce hand-crafted products including a wide variety of jewelry, decor, toys, stationery, garden accessories and more.
More than 70 community-based organizations in 36 countries throughout the world produce items including kitchenware, foodstuffs, ornaments, accessories and more.
- Mayan Hands
A small fair trade organization that works with more than 150 Mayan women weavers living throughout Guatemala. Products include baskets, totes, handbags, scarves and more.
- Senda Athletics
Senda Athletics produces fair trade soccer balls and training gear.
- Equal Exchange
Fair trade products from small farmers including coffee, tea, chocolate, bananas, olive oil and almonds.
- Divine Chocolate
Chocolate farmers from the Kuapa Kokoo cooperative in Ghana produce fair trade cocoa, and also own 45% of the Divine Chocolate company.
- Whole Foods Market
The national supermarket chain carries many fair trade products ranging from spices to fruits and veggies to flowers.
- Ben & Jerry's
Many of Ben & Jerry's delicious ice creams feature fair trade ingredients.
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