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Fairtrade information

School resources


  • 50 Reasons to Buy Fair Trade by Miles Litvinoff and John Madeley (Pluto Press)
  • A Fair Feast: 70 Celebrity Recipes for a Fairer World by Vicky Bhogal (Simon & Schuster, 2005) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 641.5
  • Fair trade? by Adrian Cooper (Franklin Watts, 2004) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 382.71
  • Fairtrade: A beginner’s guide by Jacqueline DeCarlo (Oneworld, 2007) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 641.5
  • Fair trade for all : how trade can promote development by Joseph E. Stiglitz, (Oxford University Press, 2006) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 382.3091724
  • The Fairtrade Everyday Cookbook edited by Sophie Grigson (Dorling Kindersley, 2008) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 382
  • Fighting the Banana Wars by Harriet Lamb (Rider & Co, 2008) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 338.4764 lam
  • The Rough Guide to Ethical Living by Duncan Clark (Rough Guides, 2006) – Available from Ealing Central Library, shelfmark 640

Clothes & jewellery

  • Ethicaluniform.com – selling Fairtrade school uniforms in the UK
  • Freshcargo – a Nottingham based company specialising in Fairtrade clothes with a sense of humour
  • LittleGreenRadicals – Organic & Fairtrade fashion for free range kids
  • Mamacha – luxurious ethical knitwear from Peru
  • MataTraders – colourful Fairtrade clothes with pretty patterns, made using handmade artistic traditions such as block-printing and embroidery
  • Pachacuti – panama hats and alpaca clothing. World’s first company able to label all of its products ‘Certified Fair Trade and Sustainable’
  • Pantstopoverty – Fairtrade pants made beautiful from cotton to bottom
  • People tree – the Fairtrade fashion pioneer
  • Spunky – Fun, original Fairtrade t-shirts & hoodie designs for men & women. Worn by Jez on Channel 4’s Peep Show.

Food & drink

  • Cafedirect – largest UK Fairtrade hot drinks company
  • Capital vending – vending machine suppliers selling Fairtrade certified products
  • Co-operative Fairtrade products – the Co-op have an extensive Fairtrade range, including gorgeous chocolate brownies and own-label Fairtrade smoothies
  • Cadbury Fairtrade – Cadbury’s Dairy Milk bars have gone fairtrade, read their blog!
  • Dubble – Fairtrade chocolate bar from cocoa farmers in Ghana. A fun website for kids.
  • Green & Black’s – All their chocolate has been Fairtrade since the end of 2011. Their Maya Gold bars were the first UK chocolate product to be awarded the Fairtrade Mark by the Fairtrade Foundation.
  • Hampstead Tea – Black, white and green Fairtrade teas from the Makaibari tea estate in India’s Darjeeling province
  • Oxfam – Oxfam sell over 70 Fairtrade certified products, including food (the chocolate coated mangoes are delicious), jewellery, candles, homewares and even Christmas crackers
  • Peros – the UK’s leading independent Fairtrade coffee supply company


  • www.fairgift.co.uk – friendly Henley-on-Thames based Fairtrade gifts company – excellent wine glasses
  • Vandevi – fairly-traded, authentic handcrafted furniture, gifts, home furnishings and accessories
  • Voodooblue – woodenware, earthenware, basketware and soapstone

Sports equipment

  • www.thefaircorp.com –  sellers of Fairtrade footballs, sports and leisure products, including goalkeeper gloves, flip-flops, organic trainers, condoms and balloons.

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