Fairtrade is probably best known for coffee, tea and chocolate, but our product range is much bigger than that!
From ice cream to coconut cream, there's a way to introduce Fairtrade products to every shopping expedition so even more farmers and workers can benefit from Fairtrade.
Ice Cream and Ice Blocks
Fairtrade doesn't certify cows or milk, but we do certify many of the other ingredients found in delicious ice cream and other icy treats. From nuts and chocolate to sugar, there’s no reason to feel bad if your guilty pleasure is made using Fairtrade, with Ben & Jerry’s among the tempting options.
Fairtrade coconut cream and drinking milk has landed in New Zealand, courtesy of Savai'i Popo from Samoa.
Karma Cola believe what you drink should not only taste good, it should be good for the land, good for the people who grow the ingredients and as good for you as a fizzy drink can be.
Batchwell Kombucha's unique organic tea blend is handcrafted and steeped in twice-filtered water. Their juice is lovingly cold pressed in the brewery and is made using organic fruits and vegetables.
Hair and Body Care
Eco.logic is the first guest hair & body care range to be not only certified Fairtrade, but also to be packaged in a bottle made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic.
From the farm to the bag, Serious Food Co’s organic products are 100% traceable, and free from chemical nasties. So you can snack in a way that’s sustainable for your body and sustainable for the world. They call this sustainable snacking, with Sweet and Salty Popcorn and Dark Chocolate Drizzle Popcorn among the delicious range.
Using Fairtrade ingredients and natural flavours and colours, The Goodness syrups are perfect for spicing up coffee and hot milk or for using as toppings for desserts. Lots of cafes around the world also use The Goodness as an ingredient in homemade biscuits and cakes and their Spicy Chai has been known to appear in curries and tapas.
Chantal Organics stock a natural granulated sugar made from 100% Fairtrade organic sugar cane. It’s the least processed form of sugar, retaining its natural blonde colour and mildly caramel taste. Use to sweeten tea and coffee, or as a substitute for white sugar in baking and cooking.