Ambassador Organics provides Fair Trade Certified, Biodynamic and USDA Organic Coffee, Tea and Spices.
Artisans of Ghana
In March 2011, Artisans of Ghana's Terri Neil, traveled to HoHoe, Ghana to spend 10 short days as a Cross Cultural Solutions volunteer. There, she was immediately drawn in by the warmth of the Ghanaian people and a culture steeped in mutual-respect for one another.
Among the many small, independently-owned shops in HoHoe are a handful stocked with handcrafted objects - colorful paintings, fabric purses, wooden carvings, and amazing African drums. Made by Ghanaian artisans and craftspeople, these objects reflect the unique artistry and skill of a hardworking group of people.
Divine Chocolate is the world's first farmer-owned, Fair Trade chocolate company.
Eastern Art Arcade
Curators of African Art & Culture Since 1972, Eastern Art Arcade sources African Masks, Kitchen Accessories, Home Furniture, Ebony & Wood Carvings, Walking Canes, Musical Instruments, Clothing & Fabrics, and One Of A Kind items.
FAIR EARTH is a socially conscious and earth-friendly company that produces and markets high quality FAIR TRADE merchandise from East Africa.
The Fair Trader
Retail Sales devoted to selling fair trade goods exclusively.
five ACCESSORIES offers handbags and accessories made with recycled materials from several different countries such as Bali, Guatemala, and Honduras and donates a portion of each profit to the local artisan's cause.
Food For Thought
It is a simple and needed concept: If fairness works internationally, why not use that model domestically? Food For Thought, located in Honor Michigan, makes organic, fair trade, and wild-crafted jams, maple syrup, and more.
Global Fusion is to supply quality imported Home Décor products that reflect the diversity of our world and community, by providing unique imported goods, exceptional service in an upscale and relaxed environment. Global Fusion attracts, hires and retains only the best quality and service minded associates. We continually seek ways to maintain profitability, while not compromising on product quality; value or service will be our long-term goal. Through effective partnerships with established 501c 3 Not-for-Profit organizations, we help empower the undeserved in our community and around the world by donating back 5% of our gross sales, while offering our clientele ways that they can help and make a difference.
Global Handmade Hope
Global Handmade Hope is a fair trade retail store in Park Ridge, IL, with the mission to empower people so that they may take care of themselves and their families.
428 W Touhy Ave. Park Ridge, IL 60068
Greenola wokrs with women artisans in Bolivia. By paying fair prices and marketing the products, we provide an income and stability to these women and their families.
Our business exists to expand the market for fair trade products in the Chicago area, partnering with many fair trade businesses in the Chicago region. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hands Together Artisians
Members of the group Hands Together Artisan Cooperative—who live in the J/P HRO managed Pétionville Internally Displaced Person Camp—are working to earn livelihoods for independent relocations to permanent communities by forging their own handmade jewelry out of recycled materials to sell.
The Kallari Foundation
Kallari products are purchased directly from the Kallari Association cooperative which pays its members better than fair trade prices for their high-quality organic cacao and handmade crafts.
Karuna Borneo is a store for hand made Malaysian products such as, Batik craft, Pua Kumpu weaving and woven Pandan Leaf bags that are source from local villagers. Karuna Borneo tries to incorporate the traditional methods of making products with modern designs and technology to produce these products for the market.
Malia Designs works with Non-Profit Organizations in Cambodia that produce textiles, we specialize in Evening Bags, Shoulder Bags, Recycled Bags and Accessories. Malia Designs donates a portion of our profits to organizations that fight Human Trafficking.
Marketplace:Handwork of India
MarketPlace is a leading textile Fair Trade non-profit organization that provides access to global markets for low-income Indian women by using design to bridge the gap between skills and markets. Customer Service: 800-726-8905, 8:30 - 5 PM, M-F, CST or email@example.com. Administrative Office: 847-328-4011, 9 - 5 PM, M-F, CST or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mata Traders provides chic and contemporary clothing to a growing network of socially-conscious consumers and retailers. Although we design our own clothing, it is produced by two Fair-Trade certified womenâ€™s coops in India. This means that the women who make our clothing are paid a livable wage, and work in safe and fair conditions. Mata Traders uses traditional fabrics that support weavers and block printers throughout India, whose livelihood has been endangered by the shift of garment production to the factory. Most of our fabrics are hand-woven, and the vibrant colors come from environmentally-safe vegetable dyes and traditional block printing processes.
Mission: To create a space in the global market place for the coming together of Guatemalan and North American women. This shared market place opens an opportunity for Maya women, their families and communities to achieve economic security and for North American women, their families and communities to participate in economic justice. The primary tool to achieve this mission is sales in the United States of artisan products created by Mayas within the principles of Fair Trade. 312.243.8050
Mayu sells hand-knit 100% pure alpaca accessories made in the andes of peru.