Our favourite Fairtrade brands

In light of Fairtrade Fortnight 2018, we thought we'd share some of our favourite ethical brands with you - happy ethical shopping!


Veja


Veja is a leader brand in eco sneakers and athletic shoes. Veja buys organic and ecologically friendly materials from fair trade family farms in Brazil and the amazon, respecting fair trade standards. Based in France, the brand partners with a social charity that helps the disadvantaged reintegrate into society through work.


Coolest kicks around if you ask us!






Aikyou

German lingerie brand using GOTS and Fairtrade certified cotton to create contemporary underwear.


INSPIRED BY A JAPANESE FEMALE NAME we called our label AIKYOU, meaning “love, charm and respect”. This attitude informs everything we do. Right from the beginning we had embraced acting and manufacturing in a sustainable way wherever feasible, extending to all aspects of our company. All in all, AIKYOU wants to contribute to a more conscious and responsible economy.



Divine Chocolate


Fairtrade chocolate that makes binge-eating a good thing - say no more, we're sold.


It also tastes divine!






The Tote Project

The Tote Project is based on a friendship, on a shared dream. Fay Grant and Michelle Chavez founded The Tote Project because they believe that there is hope for the millions of victims of modern day slavery worldwide, and they want to do their part to support recovering survivors pursuing their dreams.





Ten Thousand Villages

Ten Thousand Villages is more than a store.


From communities throughout the developing world, every inspired design is crafted with love using local materials (usually natural or recycled) and time-honored skills by makers we have known and worked with for years.


Every purchase improves the lives of makers by supporting their craft and providing a fair, stable income.

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