If you are looking for fairtrade wines, then look no further than Ormer Bay fairtrade wines - produced in Citrusdal, gateway to the Cederberg Mountain Range and up-and-coming wine region of the Western Cape.
With many people trying to decrease their carbon footprint by cutting out flying, more are opting to take holidays in the UK rather than abroad. The good news is that there are lots of camping, self-catering, activity and other holiday options to choose from. Many can be searched for quickly and easily online, by visiting dedicated websites which will do the leg-work for you.
Recycled glassware, whether it be desert bowls, wine glasses or tumblers are now easy to locate and cheap to buy. They are now even being produced by fairtrade sources. There are a number of sources such as The Ethical Superstore which produce stylish and environmentally friendly recycled glassware.
Bio D have produced a range of laundry and household cleaning products which are natural, biodegradable, safe to use and have minimal effect on the environment. Wherever possible the raw materials used are from renewable sources, they are not tested on animals and have no animal by-products. The packaging is recyclable.
If you are looking for a meaningful, alternative gift this Christmas to give to friends and family, then you might consider sponsoring a guide dog puppy on someone else's behalf. You can sponsor a puppy direct here through guide dogs for the blind.