Bring on better with Fairtrade

With a wide range of Fairtrade products available, it’s never been easier to make a difference. Be part of that difference today! 

Every bite of Fairtrade chocolate stands to end child labour, every banana supports farmers to protect the environment and every time you take a stand at the coffee stand, you are ensuring the farmers are paid fairly.

So go on, march down your supermarket aisles, occupy your trolley with Fairtrade and protest with your purchase today!

Buy Fairtrade from New World and be in to win a trip to Samoa!

Win a trip to Samoa with Fairtrade

Working in partnership with New World, we're giving you the chance to win a trip of a lifetime to Samoa. Simply scan your Clubcard upon purchase of any participating Fairtrade brands between 05/06/2017 and 02/07/2017, and you'll go in the draw to win a trip to Samoa for you and a friend.

Prize valued at $12,000 and includes a seven day, six night trip for two to Samoa, including a tour of Fairtrade coconut farms and communities. Flights, standard travel insurance, food and six nights accommodation are also included.

Find out more by visiting New World's website here

Terms & Conditions apply.




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Alternatively, you can purchase Fairtrade products from your local cafe or specialty food store! Click below on the images to find out where.


   

Girl eating chocolate

   

Bananas

       

         
Take a sip of Fairtrade coffee and take
a stand to ensure farmers in developing 
countries receive fair and stable prices
for their produce.

   
Take a bite of Fairtrade chocolate and
take a stand to help stop child labour 
and provide all children of cocoa 
farmers with an education.
    Take a bite of a Fairtrade banana and
take a stand to support farmers to protect
the environment.
Read more about Fairtrade coffee
    Read more about Fairtrade chocolate 
    Read more about Fairtrade bananas 


Why not also join our community and encourage others to protest with their purchase?

Read more about Fairtrade Chocolate