The Ethical Superstore, the Internet’s premier ethical retailer has begun to stock a new range of ethical jewellery. Peaches Geldof has developed the range of eight designs especially for Made Jewellery.
The UK’s largest fair trade hot drinks company, Cafedirect, has been struggling in recent years due to competition from supermarkets’ own fair trade certified tea and coffee lines – and this is despite £2m annual advertising outlay.
The Ethical Superstore has grown from strength to strength over recent years, as the public has become increasingly aware of its wide selection of ethically produced goods, ranging from groceries, through to electronic equipment, fashion and luxury items.
Dubble, the Fairtrade chocolate people, have come up with this fantastic new product to support Red Nose Day. When you buy a bag of excellent, fairly traded Mini Red Noses, 10% gets donated to Comic Relief. Get yours here
A pioneering British company is marking Fairtrade Fortnight (23 Feb – 8 March) with the launch of the first ever Fairtrade-certified Olive Oil and Olives, direct from Palestinian farms. You can get fairtrade olive oil here