Look for Fairtrade products at these stores
Fairtrade is available in grocery stores nationwide and online. These are just a few retailers that carry products with our seal.
Fairtrade is based on the simple idea that the products we buy and sell are connected to the livelihoods of others. Our dollars act as a choice to support responsible companies, empower farmers and workers, and protect the environment.Amanda Paa, @heartbeetkitchen
Learn how to shop sustainably
It’s trendy to be ethical and sustainable. As much as we wish all the claims we see out there were real, they aren’t. Greenwashing is a big problem. It confuses shoppers and is a disservice to the people and environments these companies claim to protect.
But what do the certifications and the labels all mean? And how do you apply that to your daily life?
Ben & Jerry's
Fairtrade is about making sure people get their fair share of the pie. The whole concept of Fairtrade goes to the heart of our values and the sense of right and wrong. Nobody wants to buy something that was made by exploiting somebody else.
Starbucks is one of the largest purchasers of Fairtrade Certified coffee in the world, bringing Fairtrade to coffee lovers across the globe.
Endangered Species Chocolate
"Endangered Species Chocolate is committed to crafting delicious premium chocolate while supporting species, habitat, and humanity." - Curt Vander Meer, CEO of Endangered Species Chocolate
Conscious Step believes they have a responsibility to create clothing that makes you feel good about what you wear. The source 100% Fairtrade and Organic cotton. These values have aligned them with a growing base of conscious consumers, igniting global expansion.
I started at Divine 20 years ago so of course there are many things that I know now that it would have been useful to know then. Knowing that Fairtrade would become so mainstream would have been very reassuring - as we were doing something very bold and taking a leap of faith. - Sophi Tranchell, CEO of Divine Chocolate