Your everyday purchases of Fair Trade Certified™ products give farmers better prices, helping to create more stable communities that oppose human trafficking. Look for this logo when purchasing coffee, chocolate, and gifts.
Find out more about how you can support fair trade:
Chocolate and Coffee
Divine is the only Fair Trade chocolate company which is owned by its cocoa farmers. Company ownership gives farmers a share of Divine’s profits and a stronger voice in the cocoa industry.
It all started with an idea: what if food could be traded in a way that is honest and fair, a way that empowers both farmers and consumers? By enjoying Equal Exchange products (coffees, teas, chocolate, and more), you join a movement to support small-scale farmers.
Located in Seattle, Theo Chocolate works tirelessly to champion organic cocoa beans in the U.S. and promote Fair Trade practices for the people farming those beans. Everything they make and sell meets the highest standards for organic, Fair Trade, and Fair for Life.
Project 7 is a specialty gum and mint brand dedicated to bringing great flavor back into your day while at the same time giving back to 7 areas of need. All of their products are proudly made in America. They partner with non-profits making impacts both here in America and abroad.
Pura Vida Create Good
Since 1998, Pura Vida has been selling premium Fair Trade Certified coffee and doing good through their charitable partner, the Create Good Foundation. Create Good is their mantra and mission. Every purchase helps families in Latin America gain access to clean water and jobs.
Trade as One
Trade as One believes enterprise and job creation are the only ways to address long term poverty. It’s easy to enjoy healthy, ethical food and directly support the farmers who make it–easily and conveniently through their subscription program for about $1 a day.
Purpose jewelry is beautifully handcrafted by survivors of modern-day slavery, and 100% of the proceeds benefit International Sanctuary, a non profit that provides holistic care for young women rescued from sex trafficking.
Ten Thousand Villages
Since 1946, Edna Ruth Byler, a pioneering businesswoman, began selling handcrafted products from Puerto Rico out of the trunk of her car to help eradicate poverty. Today a global network of social entrepreneurs works to empower artisans in developing countries.
Heavenly treasures assists refugees, widows, the physically disabled, women and children rescued from human trafficking, and many more through the sale of their handicrafts. Each product made reflects the heart and soul of artisans around the world.
NightLight provides dignifying employment and personal development opportunities to women who seek an alternative to the sex industry in Thailand. Each piece of jewelry or clothing you buy has been made by the women at NightLight and helps to secure their freedom and restoration.
Every basket, every tablecloth, every necklace Serrv offers has a story behind it – of an empowered artisan or farmer who works in a safe environment, can send his or her children to school, and can save for the future with the reliable income he or she earns through fair trade. Shop for food, clothing, and home.
Sudara is passionate about India, where some of the highest estimates of slavery and sex-trafficking are reported. PUNJAMMIES™ are inspired by the beauty, colors, and textures seen in the local culture and are crafted by brave women who wish to remain free from the trade they escaped. Clothing for adults and kids available.
The Good Trade
Entrepreneurs, products, and ideas that are bringing social change and business together to create good in their communities.
WorldCraftsSM develops sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world. Their vision is to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth.